This research consists in studying the effect of the implementation of a biological law on the teleoperation of a mobile robot. Two experimental conditions are compared: a Manual one, in which the velocity of the robot is controlled by the human operator, and a Biological one, in which the vehicle’s speed is automatically calculated by using the 2/3 Power Law. Results show that the robot is driven faster and safer with the human-like behavior than without. The objective of the study is to propose an innovative method for the development of semi-autonomous vehicles, which is based on an anthropomorphic approach.
|Name||Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing|
|Conference||International Conference on Human Factors and System Interactions, 2016|
|City||Walt Disney World|
|Period||27/07/16 → 31/07/16|
- 2/3 power law
- Human-like behaviors
- Remote control