Making the Case for Human-Aware Navigation in Warehouses

Fernandez Carmona, Manuel and Parekh, Tejas and Hanheide, Marc (2019) Making the Case for Human-Aware Navigation in Warehouses. In: TAROS 2019: Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems.

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Abstract

This work addresses the performance of several local planners for navigation of autonomous pallet trucks in the presence of humans in a simulated warehouse as well as a complementary approach developed within the ILIAD project.
Our focus is to stress the open problem of a safe manoeuvrability of pallet trucks in the presence of moving humans.
We propose a variation of ROS navigation stack that includes in the planning process a model of the human robot interaction.

Keywords:HRI, robotics
Subjects:H Engineering > H671 Robotics
Divisions:College of Science > School of Computer Science
ID Code:37347
Deposited On:02 Oct 2019 09:20

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