The employment of haptic devices in teleoperation systems and the use of motion restrictions during robot teleoperation provide the operator with increased awareness and can considerably improve the feeling of immersion and moreover his ability to perform complex tasks.
In the last decade Internet has become one of the major sources of information. It already connects millions of computers and more than a billion people. Its spectacular growth have lead to the creation of new high speed networks with new capabilities.
In the work described in this paper those networks that use recent-creation packet switched protocols like Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) with high Quality of Service (QoS) will serve as the communication channel for the teleoperation system.
CitationNuño Ortega, E.; Basañez, L. Haptic guidance with force feedback to assist teleoperation systems via high speed networks. A: 37th International Symposium on Robotics: ISR 2006. Düsseldorf: VDI Verlag, 2006.
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