G. Rosati, A. Rossi, G. Boschetti, and A. Trevisani
First experimental results of an integrated robotic system for haptic teleoperation
In Proceedings of the 2007 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics, Vigo, Spain, June 4-7 2007

Abstract: This paper presents a haptic teletobotic system designed to assist an operator during the execution of a multidegrees of freedom teleoperation task. The system comprises a haptic master, a 3D visual feedback device, a slave robot, and a haptic server through which all the modules communicate. The use of the haptic server allows decoupling direct communication among all the devices involved in teleoperation and gives the possibility of introducing virtual forces at the master side ensuring a considerable enhancement of operatorsí performances. Experimental results from some first teleoperation tests are presented and discussed to validate the proposed telerobotic system architecture.

Topic: Robotics
Activity: u-Slave: Six degree of freedom slave robot
Project: SMS SIAMO

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