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8 November 1999 Interactive intelligent remote operations: application to space robotics
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Abstract
A set of tolls addressing the problems specific to the control and monitoring of remote robotic systems from extreme distances has been developed. The tools include the capability to model and visualize the remote environment, to generate and edit complex task scripts, to execute the scripts to supervisory control mode and to monitor and diagnostic equipment from multiple remote locations. Two prototype systems are implemented for demonstration. The first demonstration, using a prototype joint design called Dexter, shows the applicability of the approach to space robotic operation in low Earth orbit. The second demonstration uses a remotely controlled excavator in an operational open-pit tar sand mine. This demonstrates that the tools developed can also be used for planetary exploration operations as well as for terrestrial mining applications.
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Erick Dupuis, G. Ross Gillett, Pierre Boulanger, Eric Edwards, and Michael G. Lipsett "Interactive intelligent remote operations: application to space robotics", Proc. SPIE 3840, Telemanipulator and Telepresence Technologies VI, (8 November 1999); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.369275
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