People management framework using a 2D camera for human-robot social interactions

Abstract : In order to perform tasks and offer socially acceptable human-robot interactions, domestic robots need the ability to collect various information about people. In this paper, we propose a framework that allows the extraction of high-level person features from a 2D camera in addition to tracking people over time. The proposed people management framework aggregates body and person features including an original pose estimation using only a 2D camera. At this time, people pose and posture, clothing colors, face recognition are combined with tracking and re-identification abilities. This framework has been successfully used by the LyonTech team in the RoboCup@Home 2018 competition with a Pepper robot from SoftBank Robotics where its utility for domestic robot applications was demonstrated.
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Jacques Saraydaryan, Raphael Leber, Fabrice Jumel. People management framework using a 2D camera for human-robot social interactions. 23rd Annual RoboCup International Symposium RCS, Jul 2019, Sydney, Australia. ⟨hal-02318916⟩

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