@InProceedings{hlavac-icmt2013,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 24 Jan 2014 },
  UPDATE  = { 2013-06-21 },
  author =      {Hlavac, Vaclav and Kruijff, Geert-Jan and Reinstein, Michal},
  title =       {Natural Human-Robot Cooperation in Dynamic Environments: Lessons Learned},
  year =        {2013},
  pages =       {1279-1286},
  booktitle =   {International Conference on Military Technologies 2013},
  publisher =   {University of Defence},
  address =     {Brno, Czech Republic},
  isbn =        {978-80-7231-918-3},
  book_pages =  {1526},
  month =       {May},
  day =         {22-23},
  venue =       {Brno, Czech Republic},
  organization ={University of Defence},
  annote =      {This paper describes lessons learned during the
    course of the on-going EU funded project NIFTi, which investigates
    how a cognitive robot can complement models of its own
    capabilities and situation awareness with cognitive user models of
    task load and workflow in order to achieve natural human-robot
    cooperation. Successful human-robot cooperation requires right
    balance of the shared autonomy in robot operation to minimize the
    task load for the human and to optimize the workflow. The lessons
    learned are based on experience with applying a user-centric
    design methodology in developing this complex socio-technical
    system for human-robot teaming in Urban Search & Rescue
    (USAR). The system has been developed in close cooperation with
    several rescue organizations, and recently has been deployed in a
    real life mission. In May 2012, two major earthquakes occurred in
    the Emilia-Romagna region, Northern Italy, followed by further
    aftershocks and earthquakes in June 2012. The Italian National
    Fire Corps deployed disaster response and recovery of people and
    buildings. In June 2012, they requested aid to assess damage to
    historical buildings and hence NIFTi deployed a team of humans and
    robots in the area of Mirandola, Emilia-Romagna. The team
    consisted of several semi-autonomous robots (rovers/UGVs,
    microcopter/UAV), several humans at an off-site command post
    (mission commander, UGV operators) and one on-site human (UAV
    operator). NIFTi worked closely together with the members of the
    Italian National Fire Corps and collected invaluable experience in
    evaluating the performance of the whole human-robot system.},
  keywords =    {human-robot cooperation, UAV, UGV, urban search and rescue},
  prestige =    {important},
  note =        {CD-ROM},
  project =     {FP7-ICT-247870 NIFTi},
  doi =         {},
  ut_isi =      {},
  www         = {http://www.konference.unob.cz/index.php/icmt/icmt2013},
}