@inproceedings { pimentel18, abstract = {In this paper we present the interactive consoles deployed on an assistive scenario with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). These interfaces were developed in order to provide support to the therapists during the therapy sessions in a hospital allowing the operators to better analyze the procedure from outside and intervene when it becomes necessary. Also it helped the development team to adapt the robot to its final configuration, fully autonomous.}, booktitle = {Workshop: Robots for Assisted Living (IROS 2018)}, keywords = {Social Robotic Companions;}, month = {October}, title = {Interactive Consoles for Adjustable Autonomy in Assistive Robots: a Case Study with ASD Children}, year = {2018}, author = {Jhielson M Pimentel and Carla Guerra and Pedro Sequeira and Andre Mateus and Alberto Sardinha and Francisco S. Melo and Pedro U Lima} }