The Development of a Novel Eye Tracking Based Remote Camera Control for Mining Teleoperation
The use of teleoperation in mining is increasing due to requirements to improve safety and reduce the number of people required to work in remote and diffi cult environments. We recently completed a project to develop a teleoperated control system for a rock breaker at an iron ore mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, with the objective of demonstrating the feasibility of remote rock breaking over long distances. This required controlling both the rock breaker and an array of...[Show more]
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