The "Attitudes toward Cooperative Industrial Robots Questionnaire" (ACIR-Q) is a diagnostic tool to measure workers' attitudes toward mobile manufacturing robots to provide a basis for managerial decisions and intervention.
It is free for non-commercial use.
In organizational change processes following the implementation of new technologies such as mobile robots, it is essential to take into account the needs and concerns of factory workers.
The questionnaire was developed by Benedikt Leichtmann1, Johanna Hartung2, Oliver Wilhelm2 and Verena Nitsch1 at RWTH Aachen University1 and Ulm University2
Leichtmann, B., Hartung, J., Wilhelm, O., & Nitsch, V. (2021, July 13). New short scale to measure workers’ attitudes toward the implementation of cooperative robots in industrial work settings: Instrument development and exploration of attitude structure. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/tx3gy