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it 4/2007 Editorial Service Roboter Service Robots Gisbert Lawitzky, Siemens AG, Martin Buss, Technische Universität München Der Forschungsbereich intelligenter Roboter – insbesondere in den Aus- prägungen von Servicerobotern für Dienstleistungen und Personal Ro- bots für persönliche Assistenzfunk- tionen – hat relativ lange Tradition und erfährt in jüngster Zeit wie- der erhöhte Aufmerksamkeit sowohl in Deutschland als auch weltweit. Laut Prognosen der Japan Robot Association wird der Marktanteil der Personal und Service Robots schon bald den der traditionellen

from roadmaps for motion planning, procedding IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2003. [8] H. Li and SX. Yang, A behaviour-based mobile robot with a visual landmark recognition system, IEEE transactions on Mechatronics, vol 8 (2003), 390-400. [9] D. Rodgriguez and L. Pedraza, “Latest developments in feature based mapping and Navigation for indoor service robots”, Nova Science Publishers, 2009, 123-150. [10] A. Zhu and S. Yang, “An Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Controller for Robot Navigation,” Book chapter in Recent Advances in Intelligent Control

An Efficient Cognitive Architecture for Service Robots Maurizio Piaggio+ DIST University of Genova, Via Opera Pia 13A, 16145 Genova, Italy piaggio@dist. unige. it Renato Zaccaria* DIST University of Genova, Via Opera Pia 13A, 16145 Genova, Italy renato@dist. unige. it ABSTRACT This paper faces the problem of devising an efficient cognitive architecture for an autonomous mobile robot. The reference scenario is that of a service robot, able to move among people in civilian environments, for carrying out assistive tasks. Examples are night surveillance

References [1] International Federation of Robotics, “Service robots [Provisional definition of service robots],” n.d., Retrieved from http://www.ifr.org/service-robots/ [2] International Federation of Robotics Statistical Department, “World robotics 2012 service robots,” 2012, Retrieved from http://www.ifr.org/service-robots/statistics/ [3] N. Epley, A. Waytz, and J. T. Cacioppo, “On seeing human: A three-factor theory of anthropomorphism,” Psychological Re- view , vol. 114, pp. 864-886, 2007. [4] A. Waytz, C. K. Morewedge, N. Epley, G. Monteleone, J. H. Gao

Sarah Cheah 3 Market Insight: Horizon Scanning of Service Robotics Landscape On January 31, 2018, Edmund Ooi sat in the R&D office of the National Robotics Programme (NRP) Office in Singapore, hunched over a sizeable amount of research findings his team had gathered. Launched in 2016 by the national research agency, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), NRP aimed to address the country’s manpower constraints in labor-intensive industries such as healthcare and cleaning through the development and deployment of robotics and automation technologies

it + ti 1/2000 Steuerung eines mehrsegmentigen Service-Roboters für die Inspektion von Abwasserkanälen An Articulated Service Robot for Autonomous Sewer Inspection Tasks Kay-Ulrich Scholl, Volker Kepplin, Karsten Berns, Forschungszentrum Informatik Karlsruhe Um die Kanalinspektion schneller und billiger zu gestalten, wurde ein mehrsegmentiger Kanalroboter entwickelt. Dieser kabellos geführte Serviceroboter soll autonom und energie- autark durch Abwasserkanäle fahren und Schäden registrieren und aufzeichnen. Um Hin- dernisse zu überwinden und Abzweigungen

it 3/2010 Schwerpunktthema Service Robotics as an Application for the Grand Challenges in Computer Enginering Service-Roboter als eine Anwendung der Grand Challenges der Technischen Informatik Erik Maehle, University of Lübeck Summary Service robots have a very high potential for the future and are already today employed in a number of im- portant applications. For exploiting this potential successfully progress has to be made in many disciplines. This article fo- cuses on robot control architectures in hardware and software. Taking today existing robots as

Vladimir Kulyukin 2  Speech- based interaction with service robots: a survey of methods and approaches Abstract: In this chapter, we argue that designers of speech- based HRI modules of service robots must handle four fundamental problems. First, speech inputs may be misrecognized, in which case the robot cannot even start on a task. Second, correctly recognized speech may refer to more than one action or object. Third, when speech inputs are successfully recognized, they may refer to skills that the service robot may not know how to execute or to objects

it – Information Technology 2015; 57(2): 112–121 DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG Special Issue Elizaveta Shpieva* and Iman Awaad Integrating task planning, execution and monitoring for a domestic service robot Abstract:Embodiedartificial agents operating indynamic, real-world environments need architectures that support the special requirements that exist for them. Architectures are not always designed from scratch and the system then implemented all at once, but rather, a step-wise integra- tion of components is oftenmade to increase functionality. In order to increase

Sarah Cheah 4 Technology Insight: Literature Review and Patent Analysis of Service Robot Research After spending several months on scanning the global horizon of service robotics from market reports and trade journals, the five-person R&D team at the National Robotics Programme (NRP) Office of Singapore had gathered much knowledge about the market trends. However, given the breakneck pace at which the service robotics technologies were advancing, the team headed by Edmund Ooi knew that they had to gather technology intelligence from more insightful sources such