Examination of Information Presentation Method for Teleoperation Excavator
Sensing and System Technology Group, Port and Airport Research Institute, 3-1-1 Nagase, Yokosuka, Kanagawa 239-0826, Japan
In the teleoperation of construction machinery, the work situation is usually determined from images shown on several screens. However, because images displayed on screens are flat, information presented is poor compared to information obtained with the naked eye, such as the view angle, resolution, and depth information. Focusing on information presentation during the teleoperation of construction machinery, this report investigates information presentation methods in mound-leveling work, grasping work, and drilling positioning conditions.
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