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2022 IEEE Telepresence Symposium

IEEE Future Directions Symposium on Telepresence
9/10 November 2022 | Recorded Event

From tele-health to tele-education and teleoperation products and applications that will irreversibly change how we work and live, telepresence will have a major impact on quality of life.  IEEE Telepresence gathered experts in fields across telepresence technologies for this event.

Individual sessions of the IEEE Future Directions Symposium on Telepresence are now available to view on demand.

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Feature Article

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Haylee Mota Can Only See Light and Shadows. Yet She Sees So Much More.

USC Viterbi sophomore reimagines telepresence robots for the visually impaired

Haylee Mota remembers the moment well. She was a curious and inquisitive 7-year-old in awe of the spaceships, rockets and fighter jets at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C., when she made up her mind that one day she would become an engineer.

Read more at USCViterbi

Technology Spotlight

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New robots set to triage UK military personnel in combat

Robots will soon be able to provide medical care to military personnel during combat, as part of new research at the University of Sheffield.

Researchers from the University’s Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) are designing a remotely-operated robotic system which will be able to perform a medical triage on a patient in the battlefield.

Read more at University of Sheffield News