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Human-automation collaboration in manufacturing: Identifying key implementation factors

Charalambous G; Sarah Fletcher; Webb P;
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  • Published: 19 Sep 2013
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Human-automation collaboration refers to the concept of human operators and intelligent automation working together interactively within the same workspace without conventional physical separation. This concept has commanded significant attention in manufacturing because of the potential applications, such as the installation of large sub-assemblies. However, the key human factors relevant to human-automation collaboration have not yet been fully investigated. To maximise effective implementation and reduce development costs for future projects these factors need to be examined. In this paper, a collection of human factors likely to influence human-automation co...
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free text keywords: human-automation collaboration, human-robot interaction, industrial ergonomics, human factors
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