Advanced Teleoperation (III) An Integrated Experiment
Cooperation between teleoperation subsystems is considered using an actual example of implementation. The first part of the paper gives a structural description of the site: the remote worksite includes some features of a nuclear plant with a manipulator, carrier, tools, and sensors. Then, a set of so-called “canonical experiments” taken from relevant nuclear applications is presented. Some aspects of ergonomy and evaluation are described in the second part: design of the master control station, with control sharing between an executive operator and an information management operator, and presentation of some evaluation results.
KeywordsCognitive Load Secondary Task Physical Load Control Sharing Supervisory System
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