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Telerobotics Symposium at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

PRESENTATIONS

First Day May 2
 
  • Plenary Panel 1: Historical context of telepresence. Human cognition, performance, and human factors. The relationship of telepresence to exploration.
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    Part 1 88 min.
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  • Plenary Panel 2: Field science: what it is, and how it differs fundamentally from remote sensing science. The value of "being there" at least cognitively.
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    Part 1 67 min.
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  • Working Lunch - Speaker: James Green (NASA HQ SMD Planetary Science Division Director) (10.3MB PPT)
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    Lunch Speaker 40 min.
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  • Plenary Panel 3: State-of-art space telerobotics, and directions for expansion of capability. Future expectations.
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    Part 1 52 min. | Part 2 25 min.
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  • Plenary Panel 4: Terrestrial telerobotics, and feed-forward to space exploration. Sensory extension and dexterity for surgery, mining, undersea operations.
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    Part 1 26 min. | Part 2 53 min.
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  • Highlights of Day One [15 min] Jim Garvin (GSFC)
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    Wrap Up 12 min.
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    Second Day May 3
     
  • Parallel breakout sessions [beginning with one-minute focused individual observations]
    • Breakout 1: priority goals in science enabled or enhanced by telepresence [Chairs: Jim Garvin (NASA GSFC)/Richard Vondrak (NASA GSFC) & Jose Hurtado (UTEP)]

    • Breakout 2: priority capabilities required to enable telepresence: technologies and operations [Chairs: Azita Valinia (NASA GSFC) & George Schmidt (NASA GRC)]

    • Breakout 3: telepresence and human exploration [Chairs: Mark Sykes (PSI) & Mike Massimino (NASA JSC)]
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  • NEXT STEPS & CLOSE OF FORMAL PROGRAM
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  • Report-out of breakout sessions to Integration Panel & next steps (all are welcome)
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  • ADJOURN
  • Click here to see the photo gallery by Dr. Ruthan Lewis.



    Curator: Marilyn Nhan
    NASA Official: Azita Valinia