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  • Physical Fatigue Analysis of Assistive Robot Teleoperation

    Robot teleoperation via motion mapping has been demonstrated to be an efficient and intuitive approach for controlling and teaching the whole-body motion coordination of humanoid robots. However, the physical fatigue in the usage of such robot teleoperation interfaces may prevent this approach to be widely used in large scale by diverse workforce populations. As a result, this paper conducts a

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  • Design and control of a robotic system for assistive laser

    Such system is shown to achieve very fast (181mm/s) and accurate (1µm resolution) laser beam aiming within an 11×11mm target area. The design and implementation of a high-level control system for safe operation of the new laser phonomicrosurgery equipment is also described in this paper.

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  • ISARC 2020 Online

    An assistive interface of a teleoperation system of an excavator by overlapping the predicted position of the arm A systematic review of technical specification of 3D concrete printer Field application of Tunnel Half Section Inspection System Yuzuki Okawa, Masaru Ito, Ryota Sekizuka, Seiji Saiki, Yoichiro Yamazaki and Yuichi Kurita

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  • (PDF) Proprio and Teleoperation of a Robotic System for

    418 C. Balaguer et al. The design of this kind of assistive systems must come with redundancy procedures that assure no user control is missed by the user, even in cases of sub-system failure. Appropriate design in the control interface allows considerable safety strategies.

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  • Yuichi KURITA | Professor (Associate) | Hiroshima

    An Assistive Interface of a Teleoperation System of an Excavator by Overlapping the Predicted Position of the Arm

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  • Yuichi Kurita, Biological Systems Engineering Lab.

    Yuzuki Okawa, Masaru Ito, Ryota Sekizuka, Seiji Saiki, Yoichiro Yamazaki and Yuichi Kurita, An assistive interface of a teleoperation system of an excavator by overlapping the predicted position of the arm, International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction, ONLINE, October 27-29, 2020.

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  • Noninvasive Electroencephalography Equipment for Assistive

    Humans interact with computers through various devices. Such interactions may not require any physical movement, thus aiding people with severe motor disabilities in communicating with external devices. The brain–computer interface (BCI) has turned into a field involving new elements for assistive and rehabilitative technologies. This systematic literature review (SLR) aims to help BCI

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  • Tablet interface for direct vision teleoperation of an

    Jun 01, 2019 · In teleoperation systems intended for disaster recovery, for instance, at Unzen, Mt. Fugen (Nagasaki, Japan) [], images taken by a camera mounted on an excavator or a photographing vehicle have been used.In a direct vision teleoperation system, an operator is free from line-of-sight constraints because an operator can change the standing position.

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  • A Cost-Effective Haptic Device for Assistive and

    device for elderly to reach and grasp objects through intuitive interface for the control of a slave anthropomorphic robotic arm (tele operator). Teleoperation, Bilateral master-slave system, assistive device . 5 piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf,

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  • Intuitive Human-Machine Interfaces for Non-Anthropomorphic

    Our third mapping for the teleoperation subspace uses forearm electromyography (EMG) as a control input. Assistive orthotics is another area of robotics where human-machine interfaces are critical, since, in this field, the robot is attached to the hand of the human user.

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  • Design and control of a robotic system for assistive laser

    Such system is shown to achieve very fast (181mm/s) and accurate (1µm resolution) laser beam aiming within an 11×11mm target area. The design and implementation of a high-level control system for safe operation of the new laser phonomicrosurgery equipment is also described in this paper.

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  • Teleoperation Interface Usage in Robot-Assisted Childhood

    Teleoperation Interface Usage in Robot-Assisted Childhood ASD Therapy. Authors. We believe that following these recommendations will help maximize the effectiveness of ASD therapy with Socially Assistive Robots and the scale at which it can be deployed. Share this:

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  • BRL-C Programme

    Jun 28, 2021 · T4) PhD Talk: An intuitive and immersive user interface for the teleoperation of mobile robots The aim of my PhD research is to utilise Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality (collectively known as XR) techniques and equipment to improve the effectiveness of robot teleoperation in remote, hazardous environments (e.g. nuclear decommissioning sites).

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  • A Cost-Effective Haptic Device for Assistive and

    device for elderly to reach and grasp objects through intuitive interface for the control of a slave anthropomorphic robotic arm (tele operator). Teleoperation, Bilateral master-slave system, assistive device . 5 piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf,

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  • "A Cost-Effective Haptic Device for Assistive and

    Therefore, the presented research is primarily concerned with developing a low-cost, easy to use assistive device for elderly to reach and grasp objects through intuitive interface for the control of a slave anthropomorphic robotic arm (tele operator). The system also implements haptic feedback technology that enables the user to maneuver the

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  • Design and implementation of visual-haptic assistive

    A sensor-based assistive function and velocity scaling program provides force feedback that helps the user complete trajectory following exercises for rehabilitation purposes. This system also incorporates a PUMA robot for teleoperation, which implements a camera and a laser range finder, controlled in real time by a PC, were implemented into the system to help the user to define the intended path to the selected …

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  • Brain-computer interface for hands-free teleoperation of

    Mar 01, 2021 · A Motor imagery (MI)-driven brainwave-computer interface (BCI) system was proposed to enable hands-free control of robots. • The proposed system generates robotic commands by translating brainwaves related to imagination. • The accuracy of the predictive models, produced by an ensemble classifier, was almost 80% with an over-90% confidence

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  • ROBOTIC ASSISTANCE FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL …

    Keywords: Assistive technologies, Teleoperation system, Learning from demonstration, Impedance control 1. INTRODUCTION Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of non-progressive disorders in the central nervous system (CNS) that causes permanent posture and movement impairments in children within the first few years of their life [1, 2].

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  • Noninvasive Electroencephalography Equipment for Assistive

    Humans interact with computers through various devices. Such interactions may not require any physical movement, thus aiding people with severe motor disabilities in communicating with external devices. The brain–computer interface (BCI) has turned into a field involving new elements for assistive and rehabilitative technologies. This systematic literature review (SLR) aims to help BCI

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  • Frontiers | High-Level Teleoperation System for Aerial

    a variety of on-board sensing and processing equipment as well as a small manipulator for performing simple fetch-and-carry operations. In this report, we focus on the design of the teleoperation system integrating virtual reality techniques and Web-based capabilities in the human operator interface.

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