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Design and Evaluation of a Human-Machine Interface for a Teleoperated Space Manipulator

Eric Buiel

Design and Evaluation of a Human-Machine Interface for a Teleoperated Space Manipulator

by Eric Buiel

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Published by Delft Univ Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12803562M
    ISBN 109040716870
    ISBN 109789040716874


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An Evaluation of Visual Interfaces for Teleoperated Control of Kinematically Redundant Manipulators scientific payloads in space. The manipulator is. It is founded on an analysis of skilled workers' work action in planning and optimizing machining rates when compiling and running-in NC programs.

The study serves as a basis for the further development of CNC systems. Recommendations are made for the design of the human-machine interface of future CNC machine tools. The workstation provides a responsive human–machine interface that converges the imaging data, 3D view of the operating site, MR-ID display of the robotic manipulators in space, and specialized haptic hand controllers that employ the robotic manipulators in multiple degrees of freedom (DOFs) (Figure ).

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The FOC document includes the “autonomous unmanned capability to achieve total situational awareness (on the ground or in the air), evaluate data received, develop courses of action consistent with the commander’s intent, and employ combat power (lethal and non. The human-machine interface aspects of telerobotic systems are, therefore, highly relevant to VE research and development from a device, configuration, and human performance perspective.

Yet the real-environment aspect of telerobotics distinguishes it. People with physical disabilities have ranked object retrieval as a high priority task for assistive robots. We have developed Dusty, a teleoperated mobile manipulator that fetches objects from the floor and delivers them to users at a comfortable by:   Acknowledgements.

We thank test participants. Research funded under the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Aeronautics and Air Transport (AAT) programme in the project VR-HYPERSPACE (AAT) ‘The innovative use of virtual and mixed reality to increase human comfort by changing the perception of self and space’.Cited by: 1.

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