As they are currently conducted, missions by single ROVs consist of several sub-tasks. After a vehicle has been launched, a human operator or a small team is responsible for controlling the flight, navigation, status monitoring, flight and mission alteration, problem diagnosis, communication and coordination with other operators, and often data analysis and interpretation. These tasks are similar in terms of their locus of control (e.g., keyboard and mouse input, joystick, trackball, visual display).
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