AssistMe is focused on potential operator and user experience of novel robotic assistance systems. A multi-level process develops and evaluates innovative interaction concepts and technologies in close collaboration with future operators and users who are integrated by user studies and who will evaluate the usability by means of application on use-cases from daily production routine.
AssistMe evaluates a combination of haptic (force feedback) technology, machine vision technology and spatial augmented reality interfaces.
The project results are integrated in two different use-cases from both combustion engine assembly and polishing of strand casting mold construction.
Human-Centered assistant robot in production
FFG – 7. Ausschreibung Produktion der Zukunft nat. Projekte
01.04.2015 – 30.09.2017
M. Ikeda, G. Ebenhofer, J. Minichberger, A. Pichler, A. Huber, A. Weiss, G. Fritz; User Centered Assistive Robotics for Production – Human Robot Interaction Concepts in the AssistMe project, Proceedings of the OAGM&ARW Joint Workshop 2017
DOI: 10.3217/978-3-85125-524-9-09 Paper