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Data: Dynamic Graphical Instructions Result in Improved Attitudes and Decreased Task Completion Time in Human–Robot Co-Working: An Experimental Manufacturing Study

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posted on 2023-08-08, 16:52 authored by Iveta EimontaiteIveta Eimontaite, David CameronDavid Cameron

This study explores how dynamic graphical signage could aid a manufacturing task. Forty employees from one UK manufacturing company participated in a field experiment to complete a precision pick-and-place task working in conjunction with a collaborative robotic arm. Twenty-one participants completed the task with the support of dynamic graphical signage that provided information about the robot and the activity, while the rest completed the same task with no signage. Participants accuracy, response time, negative attitudes to robot, and outcome expectancy were assessed in this study.


Data from: Eimontaite, I.; Cameron, D.; Rolph, J.; Mokaram, S.; Aitken, J.M.; Gwilt, I. Dynamic Graphical
Instructions Result in Improved
Attitudes and Decreased Task
Completion Time in Human–Robot Co-Working: An Experimental
Manufacturing Study. Sustainability 2022, 14

Funding

UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Node in Resilience

UK Research and Innovation

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EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Intelligent Automation

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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iveta.eimontaite@cranfield.ac.uk