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Robot dla osób z demencją (2)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10025 Dementia 1 15/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Washington State University Elderly people with dementia and other limitations could be helped to live independently in their own homes thanks to a newly developed robot.It uses sensors embedded in a smart home to determine where its residents are, what they are doing and when they need assistance with daily activities.It navigates through rooms and around obstacles to find people on its own, provides video instructions on how to do simple tasks and can even lead its owner to objects like their medication or a snack in the kitchen.The Robot Activity Support System, or RAS, has been developed by scientists at Washington State University in the USA,The institution has its own high tech equipped smart home where the robot was tested.School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science postdoctoral researcher Bryan Minor said: "RAS combines the convenience of a mobile robot with the activity detection technology of a WSU smart home to provide assistance in the moment, as the need for help is detected.???The Robot Activity Support System is the first robot researchers have tried to incorporate into their smart home environment. OPS: Washington State University master's student Nisha Raghunath, demonstrates the interactions between a human and a helper robot at the university's smart apartment. The robot senses when the subject makes a mistake in daily tasks and offers assistance to help the person accomplish their tasks. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10025 Dementia 1 15/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture must credit: Washington State University Elderly people with dementia and other limitations could be helped to live independently in their own homes thanks to a newly developed robot.It uses sensors embedded in a smart home to determine where its residents are, what they are doing and when they need assistance with daily activities.It navigates through rooms and around obstacles to find people on its own, provides video instructions on how to do simple tasks and can even lead its owner to objects like their medication or a snack in the kitchen.The Robot Activity Support System, or RAS, has been developed by scientists at Washington State University in the USA,The institution has its own high tech equipped smart home where the robot was tested.School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science postdoctoral researcher Bryan Minor said: "RAS combines the convenience of a mobile robot with the activity detection technology of a WSU smart home to provide assistance in the moment, as the need for help is detected.???The Robot Activity Support System is the first robot researchers have tried to incorporate into their smart home environment. OPS: Washington State University master's student Nisha Raghunath, demonstrates the interactions between a human and a helper robot at the university's smart apartment. The robot senses when the subject makes a mistake in daily tasks and offers assistance to help the person accomplish their tasks. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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