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teleoperator

[‚tel·ē‚äp·ə‚rād·ər]
(engineering)
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Although they say the ideal nanomanufacturing environment would enable a human teleoperator to experience even the sounds and smells of the ultra-Lilliputian operations, the Japanese researchers have set their sights for now on a "nanorobot system," which would enable workers to see and feel what the nanorobot is doing on submicron scales.
The most important reason is the high capital costs of current teleoperator systems.
Proceedings of the ASME Winter Annual Meeting Symposium of Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems; 1994 Nov; Chicago, IL.
Robots whose motions and manipulations are completely controlled by human interaction are here today in the form of teleoperators.
In 1987, MIT began working with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Jet Propulsion Laboratory to adapt teleoperator technology to control robots on unmanned space vehicles.
ElisaCom will deliver the IP VPN solution together with its subsidiary Finnet International Ltd and in cooperation with the US teleoperator Sprint.
If SILVER BULLET finds signs of a survivor, it attempts to position itself to provide the best viewing position possible for a human teleoperator, then alerts the teleoperator using radio ethernet.
Teleoperation involves the remote control of a task by means of a teleoperator (robot or articulated arm) and a camera that transmits images of the position and displacement of the teleoperator.
The role of human operators in teleoperator systems depends largely on the system's level of automation.
These studies have investigated the influence of force and visual feedback on human functioning under spatially displaced viewing of a teleoperator task under direct viewing and video camera-relayed viewing of the task.
The idea of telepresence first arose from anecdotal references to a sense of being displaced from a local control room into a remote area when using a teleoperator (see Minsky, 1980).