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Vehicle Teleoperation Using 3D Maps and GPS Time Synchronization
Sept.-Oct. 2013 (vol. 33 no. 5)
pp. 82-88
Taro Suzuki, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
Yoshiharu Amano, Waseda University
Takumi Hashizume, Waseda University
Nobuaki Kubo, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
In conventional vehicle teleoperation systems, using low-bandwidth, high-delay transmission links causes a serious problem for remote control of the vehicles. To solve this problem, a proposed teleoperation system employs 3D maps and GPS time synchronization. Two GPS receivers measure the transmission delay, which the system uses to estimate the vehicle's location and orientation. Field experiments show that the 3D-map-based interface lets users easily comprehend the remote environment while navigating a vehicle. The experiments also show that taking communication delays into account improves maneuverability.
Index Terms:
Intelligent vehicles,Global Positioning System,Three-dimensional displays,Base stations,Interpolation,Synchronization,human-computer interaction,operator interfaces,robotics,artificial intelligence,remote systems,teleoperation,computer graphics,GPS,virtual reality
Taro Suzuki, Yoshiharu Amano, Takumi Hashizume, Nobuaki Kubo, "Vehicle Teleoperation Using 3D Maps and GPS Time Synchronization," IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 33, no. 5, pp. 82-88, Sept.-Oct. 2013, doi:10.1109/MCG.2013.81
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