Sharing a VisionSystems and Algorithms for Collaboratively-Teleoperated Robotic CamerasBuchvon Dezhen SongEAN: 9783540880646Einband: GebundenErscheinungsjahr: 2009Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 188Maße: 241 x 164 x 18 mmAutor: Dezhen SongAI, KI, Edv, Optik
By the dawn of the new millennium, robotics has undergone a major transf- mation in scope and dimensions. This expansion has been brought about by the maturity of the ?eld and the advances in its related technologies. From a largely dominant industrial fo
Sharing a Vision:Systems and Algorithms for Collaboratively-Teleoperated Robotic Cameras Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics. Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2009 Dezhen Song
Erscheinungsdatum: 01/2009Medium: BuchEinband: GebundenTitel: Sharing a VisionTitelzusatz: Systems and Algorithms for Collaboratively-Teleoperated Robotic CamerasAutor: Song, DezhenVerlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer BerlinSprache: EnglischSc
Sharing a Vision:Systems and Algorithms for Collaboratively-Teleoperated Robotic Cameras Dezhen Song
Mind Vision begins with the sharing of a significant life change which served as a major catalyst for redirecting the authors own life, and then flows into prose, poetry, and meaningful sensible quotations that help to guide readers into and through real life concerns such as the importance of effective communication, relationships of love, friendship, and parenting, as well as the necessity for self-understanding. Mind Vision not only teaches that goals and-or dreams are attainable, but take that next step by providing real life (living) situations to show how such is accomplished in spite of barriers or prognosticated percentages. In Mind Vision, one has in hand a book that with the sharing of a few words can easily become a true friend; one that can be reliably depended upon for wisdom, guidance, inspiration, encouragement, entertainment, and introspection by way of understanding throughout the living of life.
Sharing God´s Planet:A Christian Vision for a Sustainable Future Mission and Public Affairs Council
Projektarbeit aus dem Jahr 2010 im Fachbereich BWL - Marketing, Unternehmenskommunikation, CRM, Marktforschung, Social Media, Note: 2, Universität St. Gallen, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Mobility-Fahrzeuge werden zum fixen Bestandteil der alltäglichen Infrastruktur in urbanen Regionen. Die Nutzung von Mobility soll zu einem natürlichen Reflex werden, als Teil der Kombinierten Mobilität. (Mobility Genossenschaft, 2008) Die Vision von Mobility zeigt, dass die Ziele hochgesteckt sind und der Weg lang ist. Um diese Ziele zu erreichen, bedarf es der Berücksichtigung des Wandels der Gesellschaft und somit auch der Trends, die massgebliche Einflussgrössen für die zukünftigen Märkte darstellen. Die vorliegende Arbeit untersucht diese Trends und deren Entwicklung im Hinblick auf die Bedeutung für Mobilitätsanbieter. Zudem werden der Bereich des Car-Sharings am Beispiel von Mobility betrachtet und die Wettbewerbsvorteile gegenüber dem individuellen und öffentlichen Verkehr erläutert. In der Arbeit wurde dies folgendermassen umgesetzt: Zu Beginn werden die für die Mobilitätsbranche relevanten Megatrends und deren Entwicklung betrachtet, sowie deren Auswirkungen auf diese Branche. Anschliessend werden Wettbewerbsvorteile des Car-Sharing-Anbieters Mobility in diesem dynamischen Umfeld aufgezeigt. Zum Schluss wird die Positionierung in Form eines semantischen Differentials dargestellt und ein Fazit gezogen.
In the field of risks and crises, both the access to relevant information and its circulation are seen as crucial factors. Based on a new integrated theoretical model focusing on the stakeholder, the book proposes analysis of information reformulation and circulation in risk environments and crisis situations. Simply circulating the information does not mean that it will be picked up by those who could benefit from it. This has been amply demonstrated by the various crises and catastrophes that have shaken the planet in recent years. In order to be able to deal with risk situations and crises, it must be possible for information - when it circulates - to be understood and interpreted by a wide range of stakeholders, working in fields such as health and natural or environmental risks. By observing closely, in three very different situations, the way in which information is gathered, processed, distributed and used, this book examines the countless reformulations, redefinitions and even reorientations to which all information is subjected. This multiple reformatting, at least according to the hypothesis put forward in this book, is an important element in ensuring that the information produced circulates and reaches those for whom it is intended. The intention is then to analyze the way in which information circulates in situations of risk and crisis. In order to do it, the authors propose a new theoretical model based on different approaches. This model is anchored in the trend of research that has been oriented towards a wider understanding of risks and their territorial and social consequences. These ideas question the approach to risk which focuses primarily on technical aspects and probability. The model also draws from approaches to risk that focus on the stakeholders involved in the debates and the need for an integrated vision of risks. Risks are thus considered heterogeneous, plural and transcalar. The information flow about risks was studied first in the SHOC Room of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, a central place through which passes all information destined to managing world-wide epidemic risks. Then the research team monitored the constitution and the reception of a field library about risks management and reduction sent to Madagascar, an island systematically hit by cyclones. This following process has permitted the analysis of information dissemination during a crisis situation. The third field work was done in Cameroun to observe the use and transmission of information in two NGO specializing in sanitary risks prevention using traditional and biomedical conceptualization of health and illness. The book ends with a practical tool to assess and help the information circulation in risk and crisis situations. Valerie November, Ph.D., is CNRS Research Professor and is working at the Techniques, Territories and Society Lab (LATTS), Ecole des Ponts ParisTech. Between 2006 and 2011, she worked as Swiss National Science Foundation Professor at Ecole Polytechnique Federale of Lausanne (EPFL). Her research focuses on risk management in many different fields (natural, environmental, technological, urban), with an approach that mixes human geography and sociology of science and techniques. She published Habiter les territoires à risques (2011) and the catalogue of the art-science-society exhibition called Risk inSight that she commissioned (2012). After many migratory movements between Switzerland and Canada, Yvan Leanza, Ph.D., is a full professor in the School of Psychology, Laval University (Québec City) where he teaches cross-cultural psychology and intervention, and leads the Psychology and Cultures lab. His research focuses on working with interpreters and relations to the (culturally different) other in healthcare settings and on sleep in a cross-cultural perspective. He is a founding member and the director of Alterstice - International Journal of Intercultural Research. He has edited or authored books on migrant and minority integration processes, and on the relation to the (culturally different) other in pediatrics. He is one of the authors of the only systematic review of interpreting qualitative studies (published in Patient Education and Counselling 91, 2013) and of a chapter on working with interpreters in mental health settings (in Kirmayer, L. et al., 2014, Cultural Consultation, New-York: Springer).