Teleautonomous systems: projecting and coordinating intelligent action at a distance

@article{Conway1990TeleautonomousSP,
  title={Teleautonomous systems: projecting and coordinating intelligent action at a distance},
  author={Lynn Conway and Richard A. Volz and Michael W. Walker},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Robotics and Automation},
  year={1990},
  volume={6},
  pages={146-158}
}
There i s a growing need for humans to perform complex remote operations and to extend the intelligence and experience of experts to distant applications. A blending of human intelligence, modern information technology, remote control, and intelligent autonomous systems i s required, and the authors have coined the term teleautonomous technology, or teleautomation, for methods for producing intelligent action at a distance. Teleautomation goes beyond autonomous control in that it blends in… CONTINUE READING
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