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1 SYSIASS Closing Conference – June 17 th 2014 The story of the SYSIASS project in 7 chapters Annemarie Kokosy SYSIASS Project Manager Head of the Service Robotics Team ISEN-Lille, France 1

2 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 CHAPTER 1: IDEA’S GENESIS 2

3 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Idea’s Genesis 2008 – Team of Service Robotics – ISEN-Lille Competences: autonomous navigation of mobile robots and team of mobile robots Work in collaboration with SyNeR Team, LAGIS, UMR CNRS Find an usefull application for the society Smart wheelchair

4 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 The genesis of the project 2008 – Lille Catholic University Stimulate and support interdisciplinary projects University’s cluster “Disability, Dependence and Civil Action” (Handicap dépendance et citoyenneté) 4 Dr. Cécile Donzé Head of Medical Physics and Rehabilitation GHICL, Hospital St Philibert, Lomme The autonomous powered wheelchair should open a new generation of services for disabled people

5 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Importance of assistive technologies in France 2008 – Some figures (French parliamentary report Poletti, 2008) 1,8 million people use a wheelchair at home 1,4 million people have a motor impairment associated with other disabilities 5,4 millions people use assistive technologies – Including 5 million people who use it at home Assistive technologies – Human-Machine Interfaces for communication – Assistive Domotics There are around 150 models of powered wheelchair Price between € and €. 5

6 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Bench-to-Lifeside 2008 – Two major questions Smart wheelchair will not only be a «robotic bench»? – Best research strategy ? – Best partnership ? How can this project be funded? – Institutions – Companies – Europe 6

7 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Research Strategy The user in the center of the development process 7 Science Medical Ethic Prototypes clinically tested

8 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 CHAPTER 2: THE BIRTH OF SYSIASS 8

9 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 A solid partnership Former Interreg III A project: ACOS – ISEN-Lille Ecole Centrale de Lille & CNRS Groupe Hospitalier Institut Catholique de Lille (GHICL) – University of Kent University of Essex East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust (EKHUFT) 9 Gareth Howells Matthew Pepper Dr. Mohamed Sakel Clinical Scientist Director of NeuroRehabilitation Director of R&D EKHUFT Prof. Huosheng Hu Head of Robotic Team Prof. Klaus McDonald-Maier Head of Embedded & Intelligent Systems Research Dr. Cécile Donzé Head Med. Physics & Rehab. GHICL, Hosp. St Philibert Thierry Floquet LAGIS UMR CNRS

10 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Period: 1/12/2010 – 30/06/2014 Partners – Academic: ISEN, Ecole Centrale de Lille/LAGIS (CNRS), University of Kent, University of Essex – Hospitals: Groupe Hospitalier de l’Institut Catholique de Lille (GHICL), East Kent Hospitals Collaborators – INRIA Nord-Europe, NON-A Team Budget – 2,46M€, 50% ERDF (Interreg IVA 2 Seas) – Additional support funding: Thales, Fondation Norbert Ségard, Lille Catholic University, Société Générale 10 SYSIASS Key Information

11 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Reconciling disability and independence 11 Navigation Assistance Secure wireless communication Human-machine interface HomeHospital Company Improving people’s mobility Facilitating user’s professional life integration Evolving with user’s needs

12 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Project Challenges Human challenges – Nature of help needed – Needs for safe navigation – Acceptance Technical challenges – Connection to commercial powered wheelchairs – Ensure safe navigation – Ensure personalized and adaptive assistance – Provide low cost solutions 12

13 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Network of stakeholders Networks for disabled people support – Fondation de Garches: Bruno Guillon – CRNT-APF: Thierry Danigo – Kent Brain Injury Forum: Tanesh Bhugobaun – Centre Jacques Calvé de Berck sur Mer: Axelle Baillet et Stéphane Bouilland – Centre Hélène Borel: Capucine Fauquembergue – Foyer Médicalisé d’Accueil La vie devant soi: Elsa Bourdeaud’hui, Lucie Malapel, Thierry Piloquet, Audrey Ricouart Industrial support – DynamicControls 13

14 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 CHAPTER 3: SYSIASS RESULTS 14

15 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 DEVICES FOR ASSISTED NAVIGATION Questionnaire to know the user’s needs  252 answers (November 2011 – May 2012) Definition of 3 scenarios Scenario 1: Safe navigation  The intelligent device doesn’t correct the trajectory Scenario 2: Semi-autonomous assisted navigation  The user drives the powered wheelchair  The intelligent device avoids obstacles and go through doorways with the user action on the loop Scenario 3: Autonomous navigation 15

16 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Device for a safe navigation DupontMedical with DynamicControls System Tested by 32 people including 23 disabled people – Clinical testes to the Hospital of Garches – Other tests in the LivingLab Humanicité Centre Hélène Borel FAM La vie devant Soi 16

17 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Device for semi-autonomous assisted navigation 3 versions: Invacare with DynamicControls System 17  Tested by 23 healthy people  Ethical approval obtained in May 2014  clinical trials to be conducted during summer in EKHUFT

18 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Device for autonomous navigation Localization, path planning and control algorithms Navigation Packages in ROS Implementation  mobile robot  wheelchair 18

19 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 HANDS-FREE DEVICES FOR WHEELCHAIR DRIVING Visual Head Gesture Facial Expression & Head Movement 19 Wireless IMU in a Baseball Cap Wireless Voice based Control Invacare Harrier with DynamicControls System  Tested by over 50 people including some disabled people

20 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 HANDS-FREE DEVICES FOR WHEELCHAIR DRIVING Minimally Invasive Intra-Oral Palate Control Device 20 Tongue controlled RFID tag Strain gauge RFID tag to sense the stretch on skin (neck/eyebrow movement)

21 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 SECURE COMMUNICATION DEVICE Use of ICmetric System  Uniquely identifying a particular circuit Guarantees its identity and integrity Ensures it has not been tampered with or modified  Generating asymmetric encryption keys based on properties of a circuit Allows secure data to be sent to the device Creates ICsignatures, guaranteeing the source of given data 21

22 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 CHAPTER 4: CROSS BORDER COOPERATION 22

23 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Work Meetings 17 meetings – Quarterly meetings – Steering Committee meetings 23

24 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Workshops 10 workshops – 2 days: 1 at ISEN, 1 at University of Essex, 1 at University of Kent – 4-5 days: 7 at University of Kent 24

25 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Communication events Annual Interreg IV A 2 Seas Event, Rotterdam March 2013 Press conference, November 2013 Organisation of two invited sessions on International Conferences Joint publications 25

26 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 CHAPTER 5: PROJECT COMMUNICATION 26

27 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 Project communication Scientific publications – 9 International journals – 43 International conferences – 5 invited talks General public – 30 articles in local press (La Voix du Nord, La Croix du Nord), or national press (Prima, Hacavie, Faire face, Panorama du medecin, handicapsinfos.com, …) – 3 Radio broadcasts (VivreFM and Radio France Bleu) – 5 TV broadcasts ( France 3, F3 Nord Pas de Calais Matin, …) – 8 Exhibitions Website - Over 5000 viewing sessions (58% France, 26% USA, 7% UK,…) 27

28 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 CHAPTER 6: PEOPLE INVOLVED 28

29 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 People Involved About 30 people involved on the project 10 different nationalities represented 12 functions (researchers, engineers, PhD student, physicians, clinical scientists, occupational therapists, psychologists, financial officer …) 12 People hired for one year or more Several MsC students involved for 3 to 6 months 3 PhD defenses 29

30 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 CHAPTER 7: CONCLUSION 30

31 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 CONCLUSION 31 France 3, November 8 th 2013 Vidéo disponible sur

32 SYSIASS Closing Conference June 17 th 2014 SYSIASS is the fruit of the enthusiasm of the people involved. TOGETHER we pushed SYSIASS from a technological integration to a lifeside reality!


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