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P. Robuffo Giordano, H. Deusch, J. Lächele, H. H. Bülthoff. Visual-Vestibular Feedback for Enhanced Situational Awareness in Teleoperation of UAVs. In Proc. of the American Helicopter Society International 66th Annual Forum & Technological Display, Pages 2809-2818, May 2010.

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Abstract

This paper presents a novel concept for improving the situational awareness of a ground operator in remote control of a Unmanned Arial Vehicle (UAV). To this end, we propose to integrate vestibular feedback with the usual visual feedback obtained from a UAV onboard camera. We use our motion platform, the CyberMotion simulator, so as to reproduce online the desired motion cues. We test this architecture by flying a small-scale quadcopter and run a detailed performance evaluation on 12 test subjects. We then discuss the results in terms of possible benefits for facilitating the remote control task

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@InProceedings{C21,
   Author = {Robuffo Giordano, P. and Deusch, H. and Lächele, J. and H. Bülthoff, H.},
   Title = {{Visual-Vestibular Feedback for Enhanced Situational Awareness in Teleoperation of UAVs}},
   BookTitle = {Proc. of the American Helicopter Society International 66th Annual Forum & Technological Display},
   Pages = {2809--2818},
   Month = {May},
   Year = {2010}
}

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