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In this paper, teleoperated control of a mobile robot with two arms is implemented. An exoskeleton type motion capturing device is designed and built for controlling the robot remotely through wireless communication. Kinematics of the exoskeleton type motion capturing system are analyzed and simulation studies are conducted to confirm certain ranges of workspace without singular positions. Experimental studies of teleoperation from the exoskeleton device to control the mobile robot are carried out to show feasible application of wireless man-machine interface.