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 surgical task was performed autonomously by a surgical robot (Raven II) and then compared with the performance of a human teleoperating the same surgical robotic system.
Imagine for a moment that you're tasked with teleoperating (controlling with a joystick) a Mars rover as it navigates across the surface.
Teleoperating devices or devices with remote control (like laparoscopic robotic da Vinci and Zeus System), Figure 1-c, are the third robot type (though no robots by any definition or characteristics, but so called in the available literature).
Mitsuishi-Sugita University of Tokyo, developed the teleoperating "Microsurgery support system for neurosurgery" in 2010, Figure 4.
Alpha robot, a teleoperating system, developed by MicroDexterity Systems Inc:, Albuquerque, NM, USA, with 5 degrees of freedom (SS).
KineMedic, a teleoperating system, developed by DLR/BrainLAB AG; Feldkirchen, Germany.
Teleoperating a robot is extremely fatiguing, and control equipment is too heavy and cumbersome for extended dismounted operations.
A flexible JAVA Class Library for Simulating and Teleoperating Robots, 11th IFAC Symposium on Information Control Problems in Manufacturing (INCOM04), Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.
Technologic advances are continually being brought into the operating room with increasing use of robotics and teleoperating systems and virtual environment, which is the fusion of robotics and three-dimensional imaging technology.
By combining advances in multi-player online games and accurate robot simulations, new games can be developed in which humans can compete and collaborate with each other by teleoperating virtual robots.
Teleoperating speed control of servo-drive with Simulink, UDK: 621.
This team's setup required teleoperating the robot to each room and recording the coordinates of various way points.