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Operators in Arlington, VA used Avatar’s immersive 3D teleoperation interface to drive a vehicle located in San Diego.



The Avatar project successfully teleoperated an unmanned ground vehicle in California over a satellite link from a base station near Washington, DC.

Avatar’s intuitive teleoperation interface compensates for distance-related communications latency.  Operators saw a 60% improvement in speed, controllability, and driving errors with Avatar over a standard teleoperation interface, which did not compensate for latency. 

This technology allows operators to drive robots at higher speeds and with greater safety at nearly unlimited stand-off distances, opening new applications for robotics. 


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