Robots Collecting Data: Modelling Stores (bibtex)
by Michael Beetz, Simon Stelter, Daniel Beßler, Kaviya Dhanabalachandran, Michael Neumann, Patrick Mania, Andrei Haidu
Abstract:
Retail stores are a promising application domain for autonomous robotics. Unlike other domains, such as households, the environments are more structured, products are designed to be easily recognizable, and items are consciously placed to facilitate their detection and manipulation. In this chapter we exploit these properties and propose a mobile robot systems that can be deployed in drugstores and autonomously acquire a semantic digital twin model of the store. This facilitates autonomous robot fetch and place and shopping in a virtual replica of the store. The potential commercial impact is substantial because in the retail business stores are an information blackbox and being able to automate inventory on a regular basis could improve the knowledge of retailers about their business drastically.
Reference:
Michael Beetz, Simon Stelter, Daniel Beßler, Kaviya Dhanabalachandran, Michael Neumann, Patrick Mania, Andrei Haidu, "Robots Collecting Data: Modelling Stores", Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 41-64, 2022.
Bibtex Entry:
@Inbook{Beetz2022,
author="Beetz, Michael
and Stelter, Simon
and Be{\ss}ler, Daniel
and Dhanabalachandran, Kaviya
and Neumann, Michael
and Mania, Patrick
and Haidu, Andrei",
editor="Villani, Luigi
and Natale, Ciro
and Beetz, Michael
and Siciliano, Bruno",
title="Robots Collecting Data: Modelling Stores",
bookTitle="Robotics for Intralogistics in Supermarkets and Retail Stores",
year="2022",
publisher="Springer International Publishing",
address="Cham",
pages="41--64",
abstract="Retail stores are a promising application domain for autonomous robotics. Unlike other domains, such as households, the environments are more structured, products are designed to be easily recognizable, and items are consciously placed to facilitate their detection and manipulation. In this chapter we exploit these properties and propose a mobile robot systems that can be deployed in drugstores and autonomously acquire a semantic digital twin model of the store. This facilitates autonomous robot fetch and place and shopping in a virtual replica of the store. The potential commercial impact is substantial because in the retail business stores are an information blackbox and being able to automate inventory on a regular basis could improve the knowledge of retailers about their business drastically.",
isbn="978-3-031-06078-6",
doi="10.1007/978-3-031-06078-6_2",
url="https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-06078-6_2"
}
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