Cognitive Work Protection - a new approach for occupational safety in human-machine interaction
Christian Neu, Elsa Andrea Kirchner, Su-Kyoung Kim, Marc Tabie, Christian Linn, Dirk Werth
Editors: Fred D. Davis, René Riedl, Jan vom Brocke, Pierre-Majorique Léger, Adriane B. Randolph
In Information Systems and Neuroscience NeuroIS Retreat 2018, Springer, pages 211-220, Nov/2018. ISBN: 978-3-030-01087-4.

Zusammenfassung (Abstract) :

Previous occupational safety concepts in human-machine interaction scenarios are based on the principle of spatial separation, reduction of collision force or distance monitoring between humans and robots. Collaborative robot systems and semi-automated machines are working closely with people in more and more areas, both spatially and functionally. Therefor a new approach for occupational safety in close human-machine collaboration scenarios is presented. It relies on a real-time EEG measurement of human workers with brain computer interfaces and a subsequent adjustment of the robot system based on the detected cognitive states

Stichworte :

Occupational safety, human machine interaction, brain computer interfaces



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