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Haptics-based immersive telerobotic system for improvised explosive device disposal: Are two hands better than one?
Author(s): David Erickson; Hervé Lacheray; Jason Michel Lambert; Iraj Mantegh; Derry Crymble; John Daly; Yan Zhao
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Paper Abstract

State-of-the-art robotic explosive ordnance disposal robotics have not, in general, adopted recent advances in control technology and man-machine interfaces and lag many years behind academia. This paper describes the Haptics-based Immersive Telerobotic System project investigating an immersive telepresence envrionment incorporating advanced vehicle control systems, Augmented immersive sensory feedback, dynamic 3D visual information, and haptic feedback for explosive ordnance disposal operators. The project aim is to provide operatiors a more sophisticated interface and expand sensory input to perform complex tasks to defeat improvised explosive devices successfully. The introduction of haptics and immersive teleprescence has the potential to shift the way teleprescence systems work for explosive ordnance disposal tasks or more widely for first responders scenarios involving remote unmanned ground vehicles.

Paper Details

Date Published: 25 May 2012
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 8387, Unmanned Systems Technology XIV, 838713 (25 May 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.918462
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David Erickson, Defence Research and Development Canada, Suffield (Canada)
Hervé Lacheray, Quanser Inc. (Canada)
Jason Michel Lambert, National Research Council Canada (Canada)
Iraj Mantegh, National Research Council Canada (Canada)
Derry Crymble, Quanser Inc. (Canada)
John Daly, Quanser Inc. (Canada)
Yan Zhao, Quanser Inc. (Canada)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 8387:
Unmanned Systems Technology XIV
Robert E. Karlsen; Douglas W. Gage; Charles M. Shoemaker; Grant R. Gerhart, Editor(s)

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