The ORCA Hub : Explainable Offshore Robotics through Intelligent Interfaces. Hastie, H., Lohan, K., Chantler, M., Robb, D., A., Petrick, R., & Lane, D.
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We present the UK Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Hub for Offshore Robotics for Certification of Assets (ORCA Hub), a 3.5 year EPSRC funded, multi-site project with a vision to use teams of robots and autonomous intelligent systems (AIS) on remote en- ergy platforms to enable cheaper, safer and more efficient working practices. The ORCA Hub will research, integrate, validate and deploy remote AIS solutions that can operate with existing and future offshore energy assets and sensors, interacting safely in au- tonomous or semi-autonomous modes in complex and cluttered environments, co-operating with remote operators. The goal is that through the use of such robotic systems offshore, the need for per- sonnel will decrease. To enable this to happen, the remote operator will need a high level of situation awareness and key to this is the transparency of what the autonomous systems are doing and why. This increased transparency will facilitate a trusting relationship and increase adoption. KEYWORDS
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 abstract = {We present the UK Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Hub for Offshore Robotics for Certification of Assets (ORCA Hub), a 3.5 year EPSRC funded, multi-site project with a vision to use teams of robots and autonomous intelligent systems (AIS) on remote en- ergy platforms to enable cheaper, safer and more efficient working practices. The ORCA Hub will research, integrate, validate and deploy remote AIS solutions that can operate with existing and future offshore energy assets and sensors, interacting safely in au- tonomous or semi-autonomous modes in complex and cluttered environments, co-operating with remote operators. The goal is that through the use of such robotic systems offshore, the need for per- sonnel will decrease. To enable this to happen, the remote operator will need a high level of situation awareness and key to this is the transparency of what the autonomous systems are doing and why. This increased transparency will facilitate a trusting relationship and increase adoption. KEYWORDS},
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 author = {Hastie, Helen and Lohan, Katrin and Chantler, Mike and Robb, David A and Petrick, Ron and Lane, David}
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