Calling for robotic help: Human-robot cooperation to transport goods

JUDITH VILADOMAT | May 11, 2018

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Human-Robot collaboration is being pushed ahead by Co4Robots! The EU Project has successfully achieved the first Milestone, which consists of a human and a TIAGo robot working together to move goods from one place to another in cooperation. Remember that Co4Robots purpose is to create a multi-robot system that is able to interconnect and control diverse robots in an environment that is constantly changing.

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