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Evaluating Metrics for Standardized Benchmarking of Remote Presence Systems

  title={Evaluating Metrics for Standardized Benchmarking of Remote Presence Systems},
  author={Charles J. Peasley and Rachel E Dianiska and Emily Oldham and Nicholas Wilson and Stephen Gilbert and Peggy Wu and Brett W. Israelsen and James Oliver},
Seeking Travel Replacement Thresholds To reduce the need for business-related air travel and its associated energy consumption and carbon footprint, the U.S. Department of Energy’s ARPA-E is supporting a research project called SCOTTIE Systematic Communication Objectives and Telecommunications Technology Investigations and Evaluations. SCOTTIE tests virtual and augmented reality platforms in a functional comparison with face-to-face (FtF) interactions to derive travel replacement thresholds for… Expand


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