Definitions

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  • n. The remote operation of a device.

Etymologies

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tele- +‎ operation

Examples

  • NASA could focus on teleoperation for the Moon, thereby proving out a very critical technology needed for Mars orbital (Phobos, Deimos, surface) operations.

    "Moon = Stupid": Its The Same Tired Rhetoric From Bob Zubrin - NASA Watch

  • And even then, teleoperation makes your argument moot.

    Why the Moon? Here's Why. - NASA Watch

  • By eliminating the significant communications latency/delay with Earth (up to 40 minutes for round-trip data exchanges with Mars), teleoperation would give scientists real-time control of rovers, aerobots and other sophisticated instruments, thus greatly expanding the scientific return at these destinations.

    Leroy Chiao Seeks Your Input - NASA Watch

  • By eliminating the up to 40-minute round-trip communications delay with Earth, teleoperation would give scientists real-time control of rovers, aerobots and other sophisticated instruments, thus greatly expanding the scientific return at these destinations.

    Griffin Beg-a-thon Update - NASA Watch

  • At the lunar poles the light delay and the communications systems requirements are small enough that just a few people, leveraged by teleoperation, can do an tremendous amount of work.

    Back to the Moon We Go - NASA Watch

  • I bought up teleoperation because it was my impression that it is one of the Moon's greatest advantages.

    Back to the Moon We Go - NASA Watch

  • Earlier when I noted the possibility of using teleoperation on Mars as well as the Moon, I wasn't suggesting we don't utilize the Moon robotically.

    Back to the Moon We Go - NASA Watch

  • Dennis, astronauts are not going to be out on Mars driving tractors or shoveling things, they'll be in their habs doing most of the teleoperation, with guys in suits mainly replacing electronic parts and the like.

    Back to the Moon We Go - NASA Watch

  • 'Passive infrared (PIR) motion sensors are sometimes used in wildlife research,' said Goldberg, who has pioneered networked teleoperation systems for more than a decade.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • MIS is a type of “teleoperation,” where a surgeon can remotely perform the operation using endoscopic tools without directly using his/her hands at the operation site.

    Tactile Sensor Acts as a Human Finger in Minimally Invasive Surgery | Impact Lab

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