Internet-based Robotic Systems for Teleoperation

  title={Internet-based Robotic Systems for Teleoperation},
  author={Huosheng Hu and L. Yu and Pui Wo Tsui and Quan Zhou},
Today's Internet technology provides a convenient way for us to develop an integrated network environment for the diversified applications of different robotic systems. To be successful in real-world applications, Internet-based robots require a high degree of autonomy and local intelligence to deal with the restricted bandwidth and arbitrary transmission delay of the Internet. This paper describes the first step toward building such an Internet-based robotic system for teleoperation in the… CONTINUE READING
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