Teleoperated remote control

Teleoperated remote control from Argon Technology

By: Argon Technology   22-Feb-2011
Keywords: Australian, Engineer, Argon

“Teleoperation” refers to the controlling of a vehicle when the operator cannot physically see it. The operator relies on video camera, maps, and other tools to effectively control the vehicle from a remote distance. 

Argon Technologies basic teleoperation kit consists of the following components in addition to the standard remote control components:

  • 2 x magnetically mounted cameras
  • Video radio equipment giving a baseline range of 1.5 to 3.5 km (extendable with repeaters)
  • Desktop or laptop PC based user interface software

Keywords: Argon, Australian, Engineer

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