Northeastern University Institute for Experiential Robotics (IER)

Experiential Robotics is focused on the development of robots able to learn and adaptively execute autonomous behaviors from human partners and/or other robots. Experiential robotics identifies and studies use-driven research problems at the intersection of collective human-robot experience

https://robotics.northeastern.edu

Experiential Robotics for Sustainment

We will demonstrate our capabilities in experiential robotics in support of sustainment.

Problem Statement:

Human-robot teaming is a critical capability in sustainment, yet still challenging, especially in extreme scenarios.

Technology Solution Statement:

We will demonstrate numerous technologies including ground, aerial, underwater vehicles. We will also demonstrate enabling technologies including interfaces, artificial intelligence, and sensors.

Benefits Statement:

Our team’s decade-long research and development addresses effective human-robot teaming through adaptive task allocation and rigorous validation.

Contact

Taskin Padir
t.padir@northeastern.edu
617-373-8114