Section: New Results
A software architecture for the analysis of human movement and the prevention of musculoskeletal risk
Robot Operating System (ROS) is used to build the architecture of an in situ system for analyzing the movement of industrial operators. The system, presented in , allows us to manage data processing and modules for evaluating and recognizing a human's actions.
The ROS architecture has been chosen to guarantee a certain modularity in our system. More specifically, our objectives are to receive and merge any type of data. We want to set up an agile system that can be used in real time or in remote calculation. We also plan to use our architecture for human-robot interaction