Microsoft Surface and Robotics Developer Studio Aid in Controlling Robots

Here's an example with Microsoft Surface which appears to be a great tool to command and control multiple robots, interacting with Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio. Mark Micire has been to use the technology in Surface and Robotics DS to aid in controlling individual and groups of robots working on emergency response in the field. This […]

Here's an example with Microsoft Surface which appears to be a great tool to command and control multiple robots, interacting with Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio. Mark Micire has been to use the technology in Surface and Robotics DS to aid in controlling individual and groups of robots working on emergency response in the field. This allows not only direct control of the robots through the natural user interface, but also uses the display to provide feedback to the command staff about the environment and performance of the tasks. There'll also be videos with real robots too, so check out his presentation live.

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