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 installation must be compatible with teleoperation and remote surveillance.
15 August 2019 - California, US-based robot fleet management software company Formant has acquired Pittsburgh, US-based Formation, a robot teleoperation startup that enables customers to remotely control their robots through its robot fleet management system, the company said.
Doosan developed this remote control system with South Korean telecommunications and data services company LGUplus (LG U+), and has termed it "Teleoperation".
A novel wearable vibrotactile system is proposed to enhance the performance of teleoperation robot systems.
Besides leader-follower, TARDEC's autonomous truck work includes exploring operating modes such as driver warning, driver assist and teleoperation, he said.
Such technologies are being used in the HRI community to allow immersive remote robot teleoperation and to create new environments in which humans and robots can learn to interact safely and efficiently.
Should garbage collection be fully automated or perhaps a hybrid system that incorporates a mixture of teleoperation principles and automation know-how?
Fani, et al., "Simplifying telerobotics: wearability and teleimpedance improves human-robot interactions in teleoperation", in IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, vol.
Teleoperation systems have been used for decades especially for tasks carried out in nuclear reactors when radiation and the risk of contamination often impede hands on work.
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 JET team in the UK developed the JET (Joint European Torus) teleoperation robot for maintaining internal components [6]; France CEA LIST team developed AIA (Articulated Inspection Arm) series joint detection robot [7], etc.
Liu, "Output-feedback adaptive control of networked teleoperation system with time-varying delay and bounded inputs," IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, vol.