Low-Latency Teleoperations: Operational Implications for Human Space Exploration

Abstract: Low-latency teleoperations (LLT) is envisioned to be an element of human exploration missions in a number of different applications. LLT can be broadly considered to encompass any remote operation of an asset with a communication delay that is less than the human response time to allow for what is effectively “real-time” or “near real-time” operations. This paper will explore motivations and operational implications for why and how LLT might be used for human exploration space missions. LLT…

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