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Human-Robot Interaction in UVs Swarming: A Survey


Zhen-Qiang Mi and Yang Yang

The purpose of this paper is to review research pertaining to the limitations and advantages of User-Robot Interaction for Unmanned-Vehicles (UVs) swarming. We identify and discuss results showing technologies that mitigate the observed problems such as specialized level of automation and human factors in controlling a swarm of mobile agents. In the paper, we first present an overview of definitions and important terms of swarm robotics and its application in multiple UVs systems. Then, the discussion of human-swam interactions in controlling of multiple vehicles is provided with consideration of varies limitations and design guidelines. Finally, we discussed challenges and potential research aspects in the area of Human-robot interaction design in large swarm of UVs and robots.

Keywords: Human-Robot Interaction, Multi-robot Systems, Unmanned-vehicle, Swarms

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Zhen-Qiang Mi
Prof. Zhen-Qiang Mi received B.S. in automation and Ph. D. in communication engineering, both from School of Information Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing, in the year 2006 and 2011, respectively. From 2011, he is assistant professor with the school of computer and communication engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing. Prof. Mi is IEEE member, and serves as a frequent reviewer in several international journals and TPC member in several international conferences. Prof. Mi has co-authored two books, and more than 20 research papers in international journals and conferences. His research interest includes multi-robot systems, connectivity in mobile ad hoc networks and cloud computing in mobile environments.

Yang Yang
Prof. Yang Yang received B.S. in automation from the Department of Automation, Beijing Institute of Iron and Steel, in 1982. Received his Ph.D. in Information Engineering, from University of Science and Technology in Lillie, France, in 1988. He has been a professor of University of Science and Technology Beijing since 1988. From 1994, he has been the senior member of many national and provincial technique committees. Prof. Yang Yang¡¯s research interests include intelligent control, image processing and pattern recognition, multimedia communication, grid technology, services science and cloud computing. He has co-authored more than 200 journal and conference papers, and several books.


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