11th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots
Workshop on humanoid service robot navigation in crowded and dynamic environments
Full day workshop
October 26th, 2011 Bled, Slovenia
Humanoid service robotics is a challenging robotics application where the frontier of science meets that of technology. Safe navigation is a core skill these robots must meet in order to be able to deploy these technologies to the mass market. Recent advances in humanoid robot navigation, either wheeled or legged, have shown successful navigation in moderately complex environments. However, safe, reliable, long-term, robust navigation is still an open challenge to robotics scientists.
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This workshop will discuss innovative solutions and show state of the art results that address the problem of humanoid robot navigation in dynamic and crowded human-like environments such as, office spaces, homes, shopping malls, etc. Some of the difficulties in solving this problem include safe obstacle avoidance in 3D, robust localization in dynamic environments, people-aware motion planning, and situation awareness; all of them guaranteeing systems integrity as well as human safety.
Chairman morning program: Juan Andrade-Cetto
Chairman afternoon program: Luca Marchionni
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