An adaptive multi-agent architecture for workplace integration
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Amparo Alonso-Betanzos, Concha Bielza, Antonio Salmerón, Abraham Duarte, J. Ignacio Hidalgo Luis Martínez, Edurne Barrenechea, Alicia Troncoso, Corchado Rodríguez, Emilio, Corchado Rodríguez, Juan M. , Francisco Herrera, José C. Riquelme (Eds.)
AsMAS (Agentes y Sistemas Multi-Agente: de la Teoría a la Práctica (ASMas) (Multiconferencia CAEPIA 2013).
This paper presents a prototype for adapting workplaces for disabled people. The e↵ective integration of people with disabilities in the workplace is a huge challenge to society, and it presents an opportunity to make use of new technologies. The project, called AZTECA, aims to develop new tools that contribute to the employment of groups of people with visual, hearing or motor disabilities in oce environments. These di↵erent tools for the disabled people have been modelled with intelligent agents that use Web services. These agents are implemented and deployed within the PANGEA platform so that PANGEA conforms the skeleton of the system and allows developing an integrated system. The main target of the prototype presented in this paper is the people detection using ZigBee technology and the personalization of the workplace according to the users disability.
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