Jorge Solis1, Yukio Takeda2, Eiichiro Tanaka3, Antonio Frisoli4
08:30 - 17:00 | Mon 29 May | Room 4111 | MoW2
Assistive robots for health and welfare applications are required to display perceptual, cognitive and bodily-kinaesthetic capabilities that are natural and intuitive for older people and persons with disabilities to interact with, communicate with, work with as partners, and learn to adapt to their needs. However, the embodiment of such capabilities has been scarcely studied, so it is still required that the health and social care staff and the user groups could explore and learn how to exploit the capabilities of the assistive robots. Therefore, a multidisciplinary approach to promote the study from the engineering and human science to introduce the next generation of assistive robots is desired. The goal of this workshop is to provide a forum for sharing the experiences from the engineering and human science research on the development, testing and assessment of assistive robots and present the most recent advances and challenges in order to foreseen novel designing approaches and user based studies addressing healthcare and social welfare applications in the ambient assisted living from a world-wide perspective with point of departure in interdisciplinary research collaboration.
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