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As mobile remote presence (MRP) systems become more pervasive in everyday environments such as office spaces, it is important for operators to navigate through remote locations without running into obstacles. Human-populated environments frequently change (e.g., doors open and close, furniture is moved around) and mobile remote presence systems must be able to adapt to such changes and to avoid running into obstacles. As such, we implemented an assisted teleoperation feature for a MRP systemdoi:10.1109/icra.2011.5979637 dblp:conf/icra/TakayamaMHB11 fatcat:q43tbyjqgjfnljy2x5pbvm55vi