@Article{NIFTi-JAR2014,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 12 Jan 2015 },
  UPDATE  = { 2015-01-12 },
  author =      { G.J.M. Kruijff and I. Kruijff-Korbayov{\'a} and S. Keshavdas and B. Larochelle and M. Jan{\'\i}{\v c}ek and F. Colas and M. Liu and F. Pomerleau and R. Siegwart and M.A. Neerincx and R. Looije and N.J.J.M Smets and T. Mioch and J. van Diggelen and F. Pirri and M. Gianni and F. Ferri and M. Menna and R. Worst and T. Linder and V. Tretyakov and H. Surmann and T. Svoboda and M. Rein{\v s}tein and K. Zimmermann and T. Pet{\v r}{\'\i}{\v c}ek and V. Hlav{\'a}{\v c} },
  Affiliation = { 13133 },
  authorship =  {: authorship percentage, e.g. 80-10-10 },
  language =    {: document language if not English, e.g. Czech },
  title =       { Designing, developing, and deploying systems to
                  support human-robot teams in disaster response },
  year =        { 2014 },
  month =       { December },
  pages =       { 1547-1570 },
  journal =     { Advanced Robotics },
  publisher =   { Taylor & Francis Group},
  address =     { London, GB },
  issn =        { 0169-1864 },
  volume =      {28},
  number =      {23},
  annote =      {This paper describes our experience in designing,
                  developing and deploying systems for supporting
                  human-robot teams during disaster response. It is
                  based on R&D performed in the EU-funded project
                  NIFTi. NIFTi aimed at building intelligent,
                  collaborative robots that could work together with
                  humans in exploring a disaster site, to make a
                  situational assessment. To achieve this aim, NIFTi
                  addressed key scientific design aspects in building
                  up situation awareness in a human-robot team,
                  developing systems using a user-centric methodology
                  involving end users throughout the entire R&D cycle,
                  and regularly deploying implemented systems under
                  real-life circumstances for experimentation and
                  testing. This has yielded substantial scientific
                  advances in the state-of-the-art in robot mapping,
                  robot autonomy for operating in harsh terrain,
                  collaborative planning, and human-robot
                  interaction. NIFTi deployed its system in actual
                  disaster response activities in Northern Italy, in
                  July 2012, aiding in structure damage assessment. },
  keywords =    {disaster response; human-robot team; robot-assisted
                  disaster response; user-centric design },
  project =     {FP7-ICT-247870 NIFTi},
  doi =         { 10.1080/01691864.2014.985335 },
psurl       = {  [PDF, 31 MB] },
www         = { http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01691864.2014.985335#.VK0l71olDg0 },
}