teleoperation


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teleoperation

[‚tel·ē‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(engineering)
The real-time control of remotely located machines that act as the eyes and hands of a person located elsewhere, it has been used in undersea and lunar exploration, mining, and microsurgery.
Operation from a remote location. Also known as remote manipulation.
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The system will also have multi-media interfaces for teleoperation, Automatic collision detection and avoidance; A trajectory planning system that will take into account aerodynamic effects in addition to kinematic and dynamic models; And a mission planning system to optimize the use of the robot in the inspection.
ASI said its Mobius for Blasting application provides capability for teleoperation and autonomous navigation of blast vehicles, including mobile manufacturing unit and stemming vehicles.
The company serves clients in the mining, agriculture, automotive, government and manufacturing industries with remote control, teleoperation and fully automated solutions from its headquarters and 100-acre proving ground in northern Utah.
Teleoperation is the process in which an assembly is controlled from distance.
In a paper titled "Baxter's Homunculus: Virtual Reality Spaces for Teleoperation in manufacturing," Cornell University scientists Jeffrey I Lipton, Aidan J Fay, Daniela Rus have explored myriad aspects of telerobotics, which essentially refers to the technology for remotely controlling robots for space exploration.
Augmented reality, virtual reality, and teleoperation can be framed as
It is required that the robot can only be driven via autonomous control and/or teleoperation.
Although robots can already be used in many of these situations under teleoperation, robot planning could help enable wider deployment in the real world by requiring less human effort to make robots accomplish their tasks and by making the robots easier to use in high-stress, dynamically evolving disaster response situations.
Asimov: Android based Mobile assistant for Robotic Teleoperation J.
Sarcos has designed the system with a mobile phone communication interface to support real-time teleoperation control using both WiFi for distances up to 200m (656ft) in unobstructed environments, and the cellular network, which extends the communication range to anywhere cell phone coverage is available.
Teleoperation can reduce radiation exposure to the operator and also afford remote patient access.
Mut, "PD-like controllers for delayed bilateral teleoperation of manipulators robots," International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, vol.