Welfare Robotics

 

SDU Robotics addresses problems in navigation and manipulation connected to human robot interactions in the context of Welfare Robotics.

We aim at developing cost-efficient robot solutions, in particular for hospitals and elderly-care institutions that support care personnel in their daily tasks.

As a main developing platform we utilise the Care-o-Bot (see top image) as part of the project Patient@home. The Care-o-Bot allows us to evaluate use cases of a wide range of complexity. To that end, we cooperate closely with Kerstin Fischer and Poramate Manoonpong.

Contact: Leon Bodenhagen


Resources


Publications

Between Legibility and Contact: The Role of Gaze in Robot Approach

Fischer, K., Jensen, L. C., Suvei, S-D., Bodenhagen, L. 2016 IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN).

Stereo and Active-Sensor Data Fusion for Improved Stereo Block Matching

Suvei, S-D., Bodenhagen, L., Kiforenko, L., Christiansen, P., Nyholm Jørgensen, R., Buch, A. G. & Krüger, N. Jul 2016 Image Analysis and Recognition: 13th International Conference, ICIAR 2016, Proceedings. Springer, Vol. 9730, p. 451-461 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

The Role of the Timing between Multimodal Robot Behaviors for Joint Action

Fischer, K., Jensen, L. C., Suvei, S-D. & Bodenhagen, L. 2015,  3rd Workshop on Joint Action (at ICSR 2015)

To Beep or Not to Beep is Not the Whole Question

Fischer, K., Jensen, L. C. & Bodenhagen, L. 2014 Social Robotics: 6th International Conference, ICSR 2014. Proceedings. Springer, Vol. 8755, p. 156-165 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

Trinvise og delte strategier for kontrol af velfærdsrobotter

Kerstin Fischer, Leon Bodenhagen, Norbert Krüger, Morten Østergaard and Timo Baumann (2015).  Medicoteknik 1: 11-13.


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