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See detailModel-Driven Interaction Design for Social Robots
Cornelius, Gary Philippe UL; Hochgeschwender, Nico UL; Voos, Holger UL

in Cornelius, Gary Philippe; Hochgeschwender, Nico; Voos, Holger (Eds.) 4th International Workshop on Model-driven Robot Software Engineering, Marburg, Germany, 2017 (2017, December)

Robotic software development frameworks lack a possibility to present,validate and generate qualitative complex human robot interactions and robot de-velopers are mostly left with unclear informal project ... [more ▼]

Robotic software development frameworks lack a possibility to present,validate and generate qualitative complex human robot interactions and robot de-velopers are mostly left with unclear informal project specifications. The devel-opment of a human-robot interaction is a complex task and involves different ex-perts, for example, the need for human-robot interaction (HRI) specialists, whoknow about the psychological impact of the robot’s movements during the in-teraction in order to design the best possible user experience. In this paper, wepresent a new project that aims to provide exactly this. Focusing on the interac-tion flow and movements of a robot for human-robot interactions we aim to pro-vide a set of modelling languages for human-robot interaction which serves as acommon, more formal, discussion point between the different stakeholders. Thisis a new project and the main topics of this publication are the scenario descrip-tion, the analysis of the different stakeholders, our experience as robot applicationdevelopers for our partner, as well as the future work we plan to achieve. [less ▲]

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See detailA Perspective of Security for Mobile Service Robots
Cornelius, Gary Philippe UL; Hochgeschwender, Nico UL; Voos, Holger UL et al

in ROBOT'2017 - Third Iberian Robotics Conference, Seville, Spain, 2017 (2017, November 22)

Future homes will contain Mobile Service Robots (MSR) with diversefunctionality. MSRs act in close proximity to humans and have the physical capa-bilities to cause serious harm to their environment ... [more ▼]

Future homes will contain Mobile Service Robots (MSR) with diversefunctionality. MSRs act in close proximity to humans and have the physical capa-bilities to cause serious harm to their environment. Furthermore, they have sen-sors that gather large amounts of data, which might contain sensitive informa-tion. A mobile service robot’s physical capabilities are controlled by networkedcomputers susceptible to faults and intrusions. The proximity to humans and thepossibility to physically interact with them makes it critical to think about thesecurity issues of MSRs. In this work, we investigate possible attacks on mobileservice robots. We survey adversary motivations to attack MSRs, analyse threatvectors and list different available defence mechanisms against attacks on MSRs. [less ▲]

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See detailCollaborative Explanation and Response in Assisted Living Environments Enhanced with Humanoid Robots
bikakis, Antonis; Caire, Patrice UL; clark, keith et al

in 8th International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence, ICAART, Rome, Italy, 2016 (2016)

An ageing population with increased social care needs has provided recent impetus for research into assisted living technologies, as the need for different approaches to providing supportive environments ... [more ▼]

An ageing population with increased social care needs has provided recent impetus for research into assisted living technologies, as the need for different approaches to providing supportive environments for senior citi- zens becomes paramount. Ambient intelligence (AmI) systems are already contributing to this endeavour. A key feature of future AmI systems will be the ability to identify causes and explanations for changes to the environment, in order to react appropriately. We identify some of the challenges that arise in this respect, and argue that an iterative and distributed approach to explanation generation is required, interleaved with di- rected data gathering. We further argue that this can be realised by developing and combining state-of-the art techniques in automated distributed reasoning, activity recognition, robotics, and knowledge-based control. [less ▲]

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