General Concepts for Human Supervision of Autonomous Robot Teams

Karen Petersen
For many dangerous, dirty or dull tasks like in search and rescue missions, deployment of autonomous teams of robots can be beneficial due to several reasons. First, robots can replace humans in the workspace. Second, autonomous robots reduce the workload of a human compared to teleoperated robots, and therefore multiple robots can in principle be supervised by a single human. Third, teams of robots allow distributed operation in time and space. This thesis investigates concepts...
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