Our work presented and published at IEEE ROMAN conference

March 19th, 2024

31 Aug 2023

We are delighted to share that our paper titled “Measuring Situational Awareness Latency in Human-Robot Teaming Experiments” was presented and published at the IEEE ROMAN 2023 conference (IEEE International Conference on Robot and Human Interactive Communication). IEEE ROMAN is a leading forum where state-of-the-art innovative results, the latest developments, and future perspectives relating to robot and human interactive communication are presented and discussed.

Our paper presents an investigation of how two types of Situational Awareness Latencies (perceptual and comprehending) are affected by task context and correlate with eye movement features collected during a remote human-robot field experiment, where a human supervisor directed a team of robots in a smart farming context. Our findings can be extended to estimate the real-time likelihood of the human experiencing situational awareness latency, in turn, to improve human-robot collaboration.

Authors: Hashini Senaratne, Alex Pitt, Fletcher Talbot, Peyman Moghadam, Pavan Sikka, David Howard, Jason Williams, Dana Kulic, C├ęcile Paris
Read our paper that is available through IEEEXplore: 10.1109/RO-MAN57019.2023.10309377
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