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PDABased HumanRobotic Interface* Hande Kaymaz Keskinpala Julie A. Adams Kazuhiko Kawamura
 

Summary: PDA­Based Human­Robotic Interface*
Hande Kaymaz Keskinpala Julie A. Adams Kazuhiko Kawamura
Center for Intelligent Systems Center for Intelligent Systems Center for Intelligent Systems
Vanderbilt University Vanderbilt University Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN 37212 Nashville, TN 37212 Nashville, TN 37212
hande.kaymaz@ vanderbilt.edu julie.a.adams@ vanderbilt.edu kaz.kawamura@ vanderbilt.edu
Abstract - There is a desire to provide small, lightweight
mobile interaction devices. This paper describes a PDA-
based teleoperation interface for a mobile robot. This
interface differs from previous PDA teleoperation
interfaces in that it uses only touch based interactions
rather than stylus interaction. Three screens were
developed: an Image-Only screen, a Sonar and Laser
Range Finder Based screen, and Image with Sensory
Overlay screen. This paper presents the interface
motivation and design and discusses issues that arise when
employing a PDA as a touch screen. This paper also
describes the planned human factors evaluation..
Keywords: Personal Digital Assistant (PDA),
teleoperation, Human-Robotic Interaction

  

Source: Adams, Julie A. - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Vanderbilt University
Vanderbilt University, Center for Intelligent Systems

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences; Engineering