Worker assistance systems: Understanding the human perspective


Worker assistance systems are becoming increasingly intelligent, interactive and supportive. But do they have a future on the shop floor? The Cyber-Human Lab at the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) at the University of Cambridge shares insights from a recent study on stakeholders’ perspectives on assistive technology in manufacturing.


					 @article{the manufacturer_2020, title={Worker Assistance Systems: Understanding the human perspective}, author={Roth, Elisa and Möncks, Mirco and Bohné, Thomas}, url={}, journal={The Manufacturer}, year={2020}, month={Jun}} 
APA Reference
Roth, E., Möncks, M., & Bohné, T. (2020). Worker Assistance Systems: Understanding the human perspective. The Manufacturer.

Cyber-human Lab Contributors

Dr Thomas Bohné

Thomas Bohné is the founder and head of the Cyber-Human Lab at the University of Cambridge’s Department of Engineering. He is also leading research...