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Anthro-Centric Multisensory Interface for Sensory Augmentation of Tele-Surgery (ACMI-SATS)

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Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition Pensacola United States

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During year one of the Anthro-Centric Multisensory Interface for Sensory Augmentation of Tele-Surgery ACMI-SATS project, the research tem a developed a test bed that allows for testing and evaluation of hypotheses related to tele-surgical robotic human-centered surge on interfaces, cognitive workload, efficiency and situation awareness. The ACMI-SATS testbed includes both physical surgical robotic capability and simulation environments to maximize the efficiency of system development. We will complete the test bed hardware and software in year two of the project and complete a series of evaluations of ACMI-SATS augmentations by our research staff. The purpose of this project is to complete an ACMI-SATS test bed for use in future studies focused on development of optimal tele-surgical, tele-mentoring and remote operations technologies and methodologies for both military and civilian applications.

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Technical Report,01 Sep 2009,31 Aug 2010



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