Video clip shows robot being tele-operated using split screen, with on-board camera view in one pane and real-time trajectory plot in the other pane.
Then video clip zooms in on the real-time trajectory plot of a 30-minute tele-operated run.

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High definition clip (1280x720 pixels) showing the real-time evolution of a trajectory of a 30-minute tele-operated run of a robot overlaid over a floor plan

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High definition clip (1280x720 pixels) showing the real-time evolution of a trajectory of a 30-minute tele-operated run of a robot overlaid over an aerial photo

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Video clip shows University of Michigan RTDO2 demonstration at the 2010 Robotics Rodeo at Ft. Benning. The video of the robot was, of course, not visible to the tele-operator during the demo. Also, during the demo the tele-operator saw the robot trajectory develop only over an outline of the building, but not over a detailed floorplan as shown in the video inset here

Shortly after ~3:30 the tele-operator lost video feedback (at first partially, then fully) prompting some erratic motion. Finally, at ~4:50 tele-operator steered the robot out of the room by back-tracking the trajectory. After the robot exited the room, video contact was reestablished and allowed an orderly continuation of the run.