Experience in Teleoperation System Design based on Real-Time CORBA

  title={Experience in Teleoperation System Design based on Real-Time CORBA},
  author={Michele Amoretti and Stefano Bottazzi and Monica Reggiani and Stefano Caselli},
Novel remote operation paradigms, such as teleteaching/tele-learning, virtual laboratories, and online robots, represent challenging distributed robotic applications, where developers must deal with heterogeneous, dynamic, and highly concurrent control systems. Distributed Object Computing can be essential to cope with the complexity of such systems, offering the many advantages of the Object Oriented programming paradigm. In this paper, we describe the development of a teleoperated robotic… CONTINUE READING
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