Novel Haptic Cues for UAV Tele-Operation

Publisher : Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH

ISBN-13 : 3832535276

Page : 217 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 276 voters

Outlines three case studies: obstacle avoidance, wind gust rejection, and a combination of the two. In each case, Direct Haptic Aid (DHA) and Indirect Haptic Aid (IHA) systems are designed and compared against baseline performance with no haptic aid. This work aims to show that IHA is a valid and promising alternative to the other approaches, which fall into the DHA category.

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