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Shadow Teleoperation Robot

Shadow Robot Company has developed a dexterous teleoperation robot that can serve as remote hands to perform a variety of different essential tasks without the need for the user to physically be there.

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Image Credit: Shadow Robot Company

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Robot hands will mimic the movements of the operator and can be controlled from anywhere, even across continents.

The system is designed to be modular, meaning that it can be integrated into other systems or more components can be added to increase functionality.

The teleoperation system could make difficult, dangerous, and distant jobs safer and easier for people. Additionally, researchers can use it as a platform for exploring different algorithms in industry and academia.

Watch a short video of this below:

More information:
https://www.shadowrobot.com/teleoperation/

Some useful books and courses to learn teleoperation:

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