The workshop take place at MINES ParisTech on mars, 26th. It was a great success with a lot of participants and many interesting debates and discussions. Here you can find the slides given by the speakers
The Chair “Drive for You” is pleased to invite you for a workshop dedicated to the federal programs regarding the autonomous vehicles in the US. The talk will be done by agents from the US Department of Transports (US DoT): Jan Lappin, Kevin Dopart and Carl K. Andersen.
This workshop will be held on April, 2th, 2015 at MINES ParisTech (60 Bd Saint-Michel 75006 Paris).
Thanks to confirm your presence by following this link: http://doodle.com/dpugq4equp94gxps
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Arnaud de La Fortelle, directeur du centre de robotique Mines Paris Tech, Thierry Le Hay, responsable de l’innovation chez PSA, et Pascal Samama, journaliste bfmbusiness.com, se sont penchés sur le bras de fer entre Google et Uber autour des voitures autonomes. Le spécialiste des véhicules de tourisme avec chauffeur s’intéresserait aux voitures autonomes pour concurrencer la Google Car. De son coté, le géant américain de l’Internet pourrait décider de lancer un service de VTC concurrent d’Uber.
Raphaëlle Ducret is pleased to invite you to his Ph.D. defense on Friday 19th, December 2014 which take place in V107 at MINES ParisTech, 60 boulevard Saint-Michel 75006 Paris.
Le jury est composé de :
Mme Laetitia DABLANC, Directrice de recherche, Laboratoire SPLOTT, IFSTTAR, Rapporteur
M. Bernard LEMARIE, Responsable Logistique urbaine, Branche SCC, La Poste, Invité
Mme Cathy MACHARIS, Professeur, BUTO, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Rapporteur
M. Hugues MOLET, Professeur, CAOR, Ecole des Mines de Paris, Directeur
M. Alain ROSET, Responsable Prospective 2020, Branche numérique, La Poste, Examinateur
M. Michel SAVY, Professeur, Lab’Urba, Université Paris-Est Créteil, Co-Directeur
M. Philippe WIESER, Professeur, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Examinateur
With the spread of new technologies and the advent of economic and social changes, the volume of parcels has grown in France. Parcel deliveries in cities have similarly experienced an important increase. Deliveries have become more and more complex because of changing client patterns, urban constraints and cities’ concerns for sustainability. The growing complexity of the ‘last mile’ delivery poses economic, organizational, environmental and political challenges to parcel providers. Putting the spatial organization of cities back at the heart of the creation of new logistics organizations and integrating spatial studies to urban logistics techniques and tools, in particular in modelling, can be means of innovation. Until now spatial studies have been largely under-used in UF. This study will provide an in-depth analysis of the relationships between urban spatial organization, urban form and UF. Based on those results, the thesis provides the first elements of a spatial urban freight modelling approach. The modelling approach will enable the creation of a decision support tool able to identify homogeneous urban zones based on urban form, economic and political characteristics in order to offer the most suitable delivery solution to each zone of a city.
Sylvain Thorel is pleased to invite you to his PhD. defense on Thursday, 11 December 2014 at MINES ParisTech 60 boulevard Saint-Michel 75006 Paris.
M. Raja CHATILA, ISIR, UPMC, Examiner
M. Jean-Louis VERCHER, ISM, Univ. Aix-Marseille, Examiner
M. Pascal GUITTON, INRIA-LaBRI, Univ. Bordeaux, Examiner
M. François MARSY, PSA Peugeot Citroën, Examiner
M. Claude ANDRIOT, CEA-LIST, Examiner
M. Philippe FUCHS, CAOR, MINES ParisTech, Director
M. Alexis PALJIC, CAOR, MINES ParisTech, Director
Either in the context of the industry or of the everyday life, robots are becoming more and more present in our environment and are nowadays able to interact with humans. In industrial environments, robots now assist operators on the assembly lines for difficult and dangerous tasks. Then, robots and operators need to share the same physical space (copresence) and to manage common tasks (collaboration). On the one side, the safety of humans working near robots has to be guaranteed at all time. On the other hand, it is necessary to determine if such a collaborative work is accepted by the operators, in terms of usability and utility.
The first problematic of the thesis consists in determining the important criteria that play a role in the acceptability, from the operators’ point of view. Different factors can influence this acceptability: robot appearance, robot movements, safety distance or interaction modes with the robot.
In order to study as many factors as possible, we intend to use virtual reality to perform user studies in virtual environments. We are using questionnaires to gather subjective impressions from operators and physiological measures to estimate their affective states (stress, effort). The second problematic of the thesis consists in determining if a methodology using virtual reality is relevant for this evaluation: can the results from studies in virtual environments be reproducible in equivalent physical situations?
In order to answer the problematics of the thesis, three use cases have been implemented and four studies have been performed. Two of those studies rely on a physical situation and its virtual reality counterpart in order to evaluate the relevance of the results of the virtual situation compared to the real situation.
Keywords: human-robot collaboration, virtual reality, acceptability, human factors, human-robot interac- tion, immersion, interaction
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The Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality team has published 3 papers at Electronic Imaging 2015. See you in San Francisco: