Digital Twins for Human – Assistive Robot Teams

In order to accelerate the development and deployment of assistive robots in health and social care, the Digital Twins for Human-Assistive Robot Teams project will investigate approaches for developing and using digital twins which incorporate co-dependent and co-evolved models representing patients and assistive robots.   To simulate, verify and validate adaption of assistive robots to support users with complex needs, a framework for human–assistive robot digital twin teams will be developed.  This research aims to contribute to increased trust, understanding and development of new standards for assistive robotics. 

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Digital Twins for Human-Assistive Robot Teams


Digital twins for human-assistive robot teams in ambient assisted living, TAS ’23: Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Trustworthy Autonomous Systems, Article No: 38, Pages 1–5


This project is funded by the Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub (TAS Hub)