This program is led by Swinburne University of Technology (SUT) with four projects that are based at both SUT and University of Technology Sydney.
- Michelle Dunn (Swinburne)
- Lee Clemon (UTS)
Program Postdoctoral Research Fellow
- Anushani Bibile (Swinburne)
The use of cobotics in the workplace and the relationships between the human and robot in a team scenario create challenges in terms of how the compliance requirements of heavily regulated industries (e.g. medical devices, defence and aviation) are met. However, the addition of cobotics to the workspace is an opportunity to offload the compliance and quality assurance burden from the human to the robot.
The program will focus on:
- How to monitor emergent behaviours in the human-robot team scenario and ensure these emergent behaviours continue to meet compliance requirements
- How robots can self-monitor their behaviours and self-inspect task outcomes
- How the quality of multi-sensor data can be used to deliver the above
- How interpretation of this data can be used to evaluate compliance conditions
This Program will develop tools for the specification, capturing, monitoring and evaluation of human-robot and robot-human collaboration scenarios. This work is synergistic with other Programs and will develop skills and capacity within industry.
Learn more about the researchers participating in this program.
Learn more about the research projects that are part of this program.