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i–Walk


Intelligent Robotic Walker for mobility and cognitive assistance of elderly and motor-impaired people


 

The i-Walk project aims at developing and testing a new pioneering robotic system that will provide a range of mobility and cognitive support functions for people that face different degrees of mobility and cognitive problems. In this project, the following methodologies will be developed and synergistically utilized:

A: Multimodal Robot Perception

processing of multi-sensory and physiological signals and identification of actions for the monitoring, analysis and prediction of human gait and other actions of the user

B: User-Adaptive Robot Autonomy

behavioral and user-adaptive robot control and autonomous robot navigation for the dynamic approach of the user and the interactive co-occurrence combined also with voice guidance; 

C: Natural Human-Robot Interaction

human-robot communication, including speech synthesis and recognition technologies and a virtual assistant (avatar) to enhance the naturalness of communication

i - Walk

The i-Walk project aims at developing and testing a new pioneering robotic system that will provide a range of mobility and cognitive support functions for people that face different degrees of mobility and cognitive problems...

 

PUBLICATIONS


 

Assessment of an intelligent robotic rehabilitation assistant

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Assessment of an intelligent robotic rehabilitation assistant

Y. Koumpouros, A. Karavasili, P. Maragos, C. Tzafestas, E - S Fotinea, E. Efthimiou, N. Papastamatiou, A. Nikolakakis, E. Papageorgiou

Proceedings International Conference AHFE 2022, New York, USA, July 2022

 

DISSEMINATION & NEWS


 

Final i-Walk workshop

Final i-Walk workshop

Monday 13/12/2021 online via the Webex platform

The final i-Walk project Workshop was held with success on Monday 13/12/2021 online via the Webex platform. The workshop included presentations with the i-Walk project results and conclusions from members of the project’s teams as well as presentations from external invited researchers. A panel discussion was also organized which discussed all possible future directions of the i-Walk project and exploitation of its results.

 

i-Walk workshop, Athena Research Center

i-Walk workshop, Athena Research Center

Zambolli room, Wednesday 26, February 2020

The i-Walk workshop was held with success on Wednesday 26/02/2020 at the Athena Research and Innovation Center premises. The workshop included presentations with the i-Walk results and its future directions from members of the project’s teams as well as presentations from external invited researchers.

 

i-Walk workshop, Athena Research Center

i-Walk workshop, Athena Research Center

Zambolli room, Wednesday 26, February 2020

The workshop will start at 9:30 and will last till 15:30. 

Ιnvited Speakers:

     -   Prof. Dr. Rosalee Wolfe,  DePaul University, Chicago, USA: "Exploiting signing avatar technology in advanced HCI"
     -  Aikaterini Papadimitriou, University of Thessaly: "Sign Language Recognition"

The event is open to participants. 

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