The purpose of this test method is to quantitatively evaluate the mobility of robots in maneuvering in voids while being remotely teleoperated in confined space with controlled environmental conditions.
These test methods were developed specifically for emergency response robots, they may be applicable to other application domains. They can be used to ascertain operator proficiencies during training. They can provide practice tasks that exercise robotic control, including actuators, sensors, and operator interfaces. They can also provide performance objectives for the corresponding subsystems on the robots.
Keywordsabstain; emergency response; emergency responder; flat-floor terrain element; human-scale; mobility; OCU; operator control unit; operator station; oriented strand board; OSB; repetition; robot; test suite; urban search and rescue; US&R
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