HARV FOR EOD: Packbot

HARV on an iRobot Packbot, dealing with a simulated suspicious object

HARV FOR EOD: TALON

Early prototype of HARV on a Qinetiq NA TALON robot, dealing with a simulated suspicious object

UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLE: HMMWV

HARV on Kairos Autonomi's autonomous HMMWV, operating as a surveillance system

UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLE: ASV-RC50

Early prototype of HARV on ARA's remotely controlled ASV-RC50 skid loader

UNMANNED GROUND VEHICLE: R-Gator

Early prototype of HARV on a John Deere/iRobot R-Gator

GROUND ROBOTS: SWIFT

Early prototype of HARV on the Qinetiq NA SWIFT, a precursor to the MAARS Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System

Benefits of Head Aimed Remote Vision

Overview of the benefits of head aimed remote vision.

Science of Head Aimed Remote Vision

How and why head-aimed remote vision systems work.

HAT: Head Aimed Television (1968-1972)

Early foveal-peripheral head-aimed vision system on a teleoperated pickup truck.

HARV TESTING: Driving & Looking

In this test, the remote operator must navigate an obstacle course while spotting targets in the environment

HARV TESTING: Chasing a Target

In this test, the remote operator must teleoperate a small UGV to follow a human target walking through a field of cones.

HARV TESTING: Threat Identification

In this test, the remote operator must teleoperate a small UGV down a scale model of a street and identify threats.

HARV TESTING: Target Tracking

In this test, the remote operator must keep the moving white dot in the field of view of the camera

HARV TESTING: Navigation

In this test, the remote operator must teleoperate a small UGV through an obstacle course.

Head Aimed Operator Control Unit

Heads up Operator Control Unit (OCU) for a robot with head aimed camera and user interface

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