ESA Project Nr. 9459/91/NL/JG(SC) 'IRAS':
Interactive Remote A&R Servicing
An architecture for interactive automation in space.
It is the objective of study to explore the interactive remote A&R servicing.
For that an operational and control concept is defined, developed, elaborated
and experimented for the purpose of efficient and optimized operator involvement
in remote task execution. The IRAS operation mode is a task oriented interaction
with local adjustment of operation sequence and online tuning of activity
parameters in order to adept to to actual in-situ conditions.
F. Tuijnman, A. Visser
University of Amsterdam,
A.Visser "An exception-handling framework", International Journal
of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Vol. 8, No 3, 1995.
Document Format 34 Kb)
W.-P. Foth, Y. Cuvellier, F. Tuijnman, A. Visser, J. Froehlich and H.
Schaude, "Interactive remote automation & robotics servicing - Final
Report", Public deliverable for ESA contract 9459/91/NL/JG,
(ESTEC, Robotics Department, Noordwijk), March 1993
W.-P. Foth, A. Elfving, F. Tuijnman and J. Froehlich,
"Interactive remote A & R servicing"
i-SIARAS Conference, CEPADUES EDITIONS, 1992.
F. Tuijnman and A. Visser, "Knowledge acquistion and control
functions, an orthogonal robot control architecture", ESA Study
9459/91/NL/JG Report UvA/IRAS/200+300/TN:5, 1992