Researchers, including Ken Goldberg’s team at UC Berkley, are hard at work developing robotic systems that assist surgeons by automating routine, often tedious subtasks common to all surgical procedures.
For robotics systems, “supervised autonomy”, readily available for implementation today, can be used as a bridging solution between teleoperation and full autonomy.
Demonstration aimed to show feasibility of long-distance, multi-location remote procedures for robotic heart surgery.
How teleoperation is taking tasks based on distance, danger, and scale.
Robot fleet management company will add teleoperation to its software for RaaS clients.
Avatar XPRIZE advisor speaks with us about how robotic avatars will allow humans to do experience more activities, but also fix our dishwasher.
Platform provides human remote control for self-driving vehicles when complex situations occur.