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In recent times, robots have been more and more useful in our lives, automatising the production processes by carrying out repetitive and tedious tasks, replacing humans in fields in which they are better suited and, when they are not intelligent enough to represent a complete replacement, aiding humans in their jobs by providing safety and support.
This last scenario is the main focus of the URRÀ project ("Usabilità dei Robot e RiconfigurabilitÀ dei Processi", or "Robot Usability and Processes Reconfigurability" in English), proposed by i-Labs and co-financed by Marche regional administration, which analyses and studies robots and their disposability in the modern industrial process, evaluating their integration and reliability.
The URRÀ project has a wide scope and takes into account several technologies and integration ideas, but this research and its connected development process is only limited to a single activity, in order for it to be more specific and to delve deeper into the state of the art and usability of the analysed solutions: said activity, which has been selected as the most interesting among the others, focuses on human detection, posture monitoring and gesture recognition.
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