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While exploring robot solutions to help in care homes, Prof. Volker Wulf, head of the PADERO research network, recently published a study 'Exploring Human-Robot Interaction with the Elderly: Results from a Ten-Week Case Study in a Care Home' together with his fellow researchers at the University of Siegen, Germany. The German researchers share surprising results in their study – and 8 major lessons learned.
8 lessons learned from exploring robot-human interactions in a German nursing home:
Read PADERO's previous articles Nursing shortages: How robots can provide a cure and Neglect of care sector's needs prevented use of robots in nursing homes.
PADERO (Participatory Design in Robotics for Elderly Care)
Chair of Business Informatics and New Media
University of Siegen