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An Advanced Teleoperation Testbed

Abstract : Due to the technology available, most previous work in teleoperated robotics used relatively low-resolution video links and provided limited perceptual feedback to the teleoperator. In most cases, these projects reported only limited teleoperator success compared to vehicles with human drivers on-board. We set out to build a high-fidelity teleoperation system which takes advantage of recent technological advances. This system permits highly capable teleoperation and has allowed us to begin to investigate the minimum system requirements for effective teleoperation.
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Bill Ross, John Bares, David Stager, Larry Jackel, Mike Perschbacher. An Advanced Teleoperation Testbed. 6th International Conference on Field and Service Robotics - FSR 2007, Jul 2007, Chamonix, France. ⟨inria-00272962⟩

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