The following paper was accepted for publication at the number 1 robotics conference in the world.
Atle Aalerud and Geir Hovland, “Benchmarking Perception Latencies in a Human-Robot Collaborative Environment”, Proc. of IEEE Intl. Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Paris, France, June 2020.
One of the reviewers wrote: Overall, I believe this paper is significant for the field in that the authors are taking steps to better capture the performance of camera-based systems for safety applications.
ICRA received over 3,512 submissions, a new record, from 64 countries. Overall, 3,446 papers were reviewed: 2,456 for ICRA 2020 and 990 for the IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L). The 10 most popular keywords, in descending order, were: Deep Learning in Robotics and Automation, Motion and Path Planning, Localization, Learning and Adaptive Systems, Autonomous Vehicle Navigation, Multi-Robot Systems, SLAM, Object Detection, Segmentation and Categorization, and Visual-Based Navigation. From the very large number of high-quality papers we selected 1,483 for presentation which represents an acceptance rate of 42%.