Control of Force-Reflected Bilateral Teleoperation

  • Wen-Hong Zhu
Part of the Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics book series (STAR, volume 60)


A teleoperated system can extend human’s reach to a remote site which is either hazard or impossible for humans to present. Examples include operations in nuclear facilities, in deep sea or deep space. Teleoperation systems can also enhance a human’s capability to handle both the macro and the micro worlds by scaling up or scaling down operation tasks for easy and accurate operations. Examples include hydraulic excavation and eye/brain surgeries.


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