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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007ALF-X: an innovative force-reflective tele-robotics surgical system for laparoscopyRUIZ MORALES EMILIO; LABRUZZO Alfonso; POMATI Stefano; ANDREA D'ambrosio; CORRECHER SALVADOR Carlos; BLANCO SANCHEZ RaulContributions to Conferences
2003DELAMIA's ENVISION-TR at the RIALTO Tele-Operation and Robotics Laboratory of the EC Joint Research Centre.RUIZ MORALES EmilioArticles in Journals
2009A Design and Simulation Tool for Nuclear Safeguards Surveillance SystemsMOLTO Teofilo; BRASSET Damien; VENDRELL VIDAL Eduardo; RUIZ MORALES Emilio; GONCALVES JoaoContributions to Conferences
2009A Design and Simulation Tool for Nuclear Safeguards Surveillance SystemsMOLTO Teofilo; BRASSET Damien; VENDRELL VIDAL Eduardo; GONCALVES Joao; RUIZ MORALES EmilioContributions to Conferences
1999GENERIS: the EC - JRC Generalised Software Control System for Industrial Robots.RUIZ MORALES EmilioArticles in Journals
2007Perla3D: a Nuclear Safeguards Virtual Reality Tool for Reviewing or Remotely Monitoring Real-Time Radiation Detectors InformationRUIZ MORALES EMILIO; LOESCHNER JAN; BRASSET DamienContributions to Conferences
2007Robotics for Advanced Storage Areas of Nuclear Materials: towards Automated Inventory and Inspection of Storage PondsRUIZ MORALES EMILIO; CORRECHER SALVADOR Carlos; SIRONI MARCO; GONCALVES JOAOContributions to Conferences
2010Virtual Reality Technologies for Nuclear Safeguards and SecurityGONCALVES Joao; RUIZ MORALES Emilio; SEQUEIRA Vitor; PEERANI Paolo; DAURES PascalContributions to Conferences
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