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Using RoboRealm in the JAUS Universal Remote Control Interface
jamesbdunn from United States  [3 posts]
6 years
Has anyone created a JAUS Universal Remote Control driver for RoboRealm?

I'm wanting to control mulitiple devices connected by my cell phone (built-in camera and PC software capable).


Background for why I think this is available:

The format of universal messages for robotics has already been created by the military.  As a matter of fact, if you follow the JAUS message architecture you can use RoboRealm to control military robots, road vehicles, drone airplanes, under water robots/vehicles....  

http://www.openjaus.com/support/jaus-documents

This is a standard like SAE; incidentally, it is an SAE standard.

JAUS also includes security encryption in a Java format so that each device is protected from hacking.

Now reverse this.  Make a device with RoboRealm that is JAUS compliant, and you can now market your device to Defense Contractors like General Dynamics, Honeywell, Air Force Research Laboratories... this is what I have in mind.

JAUS is a natural remote interface because it does not matter what the electrical interface is (Cell Phone, USB, RS-232, RS-485, parallel port, infrared, Wi-Fi, bluetooth(Wii)...), the message architecture is the same.

I believe a national database is available to upload device drivers for various devices already developed.

Rather than starting from scratch, you can jump onboard with a host of experts providing you with support by using the JAUS remote robotic control message architecture.

http://www.openjaus.com/support/forums

  
You can also download for FREE the Jaus Robotics Toolkit

http://openjaus.com/



Wiimote has already been modeled in JAUS, so if you make the your device JAUS compliant, then you need only the Wiimote layer in JAUS to control your device with a Wii.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ur882ctUl2k


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