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Title: The operation of autonomous mobile robot assistants in the environment of care facilities adopting a user-centered development design
Authors: Compagna, Diego
Derpmann, Stefan
Mauz, Kathrin
Keywords: User-centered technology development
Participative assessment methods
Issue Date: Jun-2009
Publisher: IET
Citation: Compagna, D.; Derpmann, S.; Mauz, K. (2009), The Operation of Autonomous Mobile Robot Assistants in the Environment of Care Facilities Adopting a User-Centered Development Design, Enterprise and Work Innovation Studies, 5, pp. 11-24
Abstract: The successful development of autonomous mobile robot assistants depends significantly on the well-balanced reconcilements of the technically possible and the socially desirable. Based on empirical research substantiated conclusions can be established for the suitability of "scenario-based design" (Rosson/Carroll 2003) for the successful development of mobile robot assistants and automated guided vehicles to be applied for service functions in stationary care facilities for seniors.
Description: The participation of the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA (Stuttgart, Germany) and the companies User Interface Design GmbH (Ludwigsburg, Germany) plus MLR System GmbH (Ludwigsburg, Germany) enabled the research and findings presented in this paper; we would like to namely mention Birgit Graf and Theo Jacobs (Fraunhofer IPA) furthermore Peter Klein and Christiane Hartmann (User Interface Design GmbH).
ISSN: 1646-1223
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