The first IFAC Workshop on Human-Oriented Design of Advanced Robotics Systems (DARS '95) was organized and held in Austria in 1995 because new approaches for advanced robotics systems are expected to be applied in industrial production and other areas in the near future and new ergonomic, social and cultural aspects must be considered if employees are to work with these systems. The workshop provided a forum for researchers to discuss and overview these aspects. This postprint volume contains 33 of the 34 papers presented at the workshop and deals with: ac system design, especially of man-machine interface, for autonomous, semi-autonomous and tele-operated mode and for tele-existence ac organizational and social aspects with respect to the environment in which the system is embedded ac cultural aspects due to different living and working traditions and conditions of the people involved ac economical aspectsTo reach high efficiency of hybrid FAA, a balance between system complexity and operator capability must be reached. ... In order to meet with market requirements, assembly has traditionally been (manual) labour-intensive, drawing on theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Human-oriented Design of Advanced Robotics Systems (DARS'95)|
|Author||:||Peter Kopacek, International Federation of Automatic Control|
|Publisher||:||Pergamon - 1996|