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teleoperator

(tĕl″ē-ŏp′ĕr-āt″or)
A machine or device operated by a person at a distance. Such a machine allows tasks to be done deep in the ocean or on orbiting satellites, and allows radioactive materials to be manipulated without danger of exposure to the radioactivity.
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According to Formant, adding teleoperation to Formant's offerings will create an end-to-end solution that RaaS (robots as a service) companies can leverage to scale their fleets, enabling them to easily manage thousands of robots.
For Doosan's Teleoperation to function properly, it is essential to deliver reliable live video streaming at the operator's station in a way that minimises time lag in the system for the operator.
One of the first research areas studied in the field of human-robot interaction was that of teleoperation and telemanipulation, in which humans interact with or control robots with whom they are not spatially or temporally collocated (Fong, Thorpe, and Baur 2001; Goodrich and Schultz 2007).
A simple interface is building up to provide as much information as possible for teleoperation. This user interface consists of several Java Applets; it achieves several functionalities.
This development, according to the company, is part of an ecosystem of teleoperation and autonomous units that will allow Enaex to improve worker safety by using technology to perform tasks from a safe location within potentially hazardous mine environments.
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.
It provides a bunch of driver for sensors and actors but also functions for teleoperation, mapping, navigation and a lot more.
Therefore, the bilateral teleoperation of a semiautonomous group seems a very promising solution [3].
Liu, "Adaptive neural synchronization control for bilateral teleoperation systems with time delay and backlash-like hysteresis," IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics, 2017.
Teleoperation systems enable humans to extend their capacity to manipulate interfaces with better safety, at less cost, and even with better accuracy.
Shahdi, "Model predictive control for transparent teleoperation under communication time delay," IEEE Transactions on Robotics, vol.
Lumelsky, "Configuration space as a means for augmenting human performance in teleoperation tasks", In IEEE Trans.