Co-design to Industry: investigating both ends of the scale of developing Social Robots

Kasper Rodil, Michal Isacsson

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This paper merges two separate work packages – Co-design as a genuine bottom-up approach and industry-based perspectives on the development and future of social robotics. The first work package is mainly informed from undertaking a literature review of the premiere outlet for Co-design – the Participatory Design Conference series (bi-annual since 1990), where the focus was on Elderly and Social Robots. That particular work package is published in the [COST] state-of-the-art report as well as underpinned by own publications and research from a Danish neuro-centre context of co-designing social robots (Rodil, Rehm and Krummheuer, 2018). The other, industrial, view has been informed by a Short Term Scientific Mission granted under the Sheld-on COST Action (16226) allowing a trip to visit Dr Isaacson at Faculty of Social Welfare & Health Sciences Department of Gerontology, Haifa University in Israel and a series of companies pertaining to development of social robots (and more broadly) for the ageing population. The STSM objectives (STSM, 2018).
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdatoaug. 2019
StatusAccepteret/In press - aug. 2019
Begivenhed2nd SHELD-ON Conference -
Varighed: 17 okt. 201919 okt. 2019

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Konference2nd SHELD-ON Conference
Periode17/10/201919/10/2019

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Rodil, K., & Isacsson, M. (Accepteret/In press). Co-design to Industry: investigating both ends of the scale of developing Social Robots. Abstract fra 2nd SHELD-ON Conference, .
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Co-design to Industry : investigating both ends of the scale of developing Social Robots. / Rodil, Kasper; Isacsson, Michal.

2019. Abstract fra 2nd SHELD-ON Conference, .

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftKonferenceabstrakt til konferenceForskningpeer review

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