Design and evaluation of a natural interface for remote operation of underwater roter
Scholar | Other documents of the author: García Sánchez, Juan Carlos; Patrao, Bruno; Almeida, Luis; Pérez Soler, Javier; Menezes, Paulo; Dias, Jorge; Sanz Valero, Pedro José
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TitleDesign and evaluation of a natural interface for remote operation of underwater roter
Nowadays, an increasing need of intervention robotic systems can be observed in all kind of hazardous environments. In all these intervention systems, the human expert continues playing a central role from the decision ... [+]
Nowadays, an increasing need of intervention robotic systems can be observed in all kind of hazardous environments. In all these intervention systems, the human expert continues playing a central role from the decision making point of view. For instance, in underwater domains, when manipulation capabilities are required, only Remote Operated Vehicles, commercially available, can be used, normally using master-slave architectures and relaying all the responsibility in the pilot. Thus, the role played by human- machine interfaces represents a crucial point in current intervention systems. This paper presents a User Interface Abstraction Layer and introduces a new procedure to control an underwater robot vehicle by using a new intuitive and immersive interface, which will show to the user only the most relevant information about the current mission. Finally, some experiments have been carried out to compare a traditional setup and the new procedure, demonstrating reliability and feasibility of our approach. [-]
Bibliographic citationGARCÍA SÁNCHEZ, J. C., et al. Design and Evaluation of a Natural Interface for Remote Operation of Underwater Robots. IEEE computer graphics and applications, 2015.
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