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Towards Haptic Communications over the 5G Tactile Internet

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-27
Number of pages27
JournalIeee Communications Surveys And Tutorials
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StatePublished - 28 Jun 2018

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Abstract

Touch is currently seen as the modality that will complement audition and vision as a third media stream over the Internet in a variety of future haptic applications which will allow full immersion and that will, in many ways, impact society. Nevertheless, the high requirements of these applications demand networks which allow ultra-reliable and low-latency communication (URLLC) for the challenging task of applying the required Quality of Service (QoS) for maintaining the user’s Quality of Experience (QoE) at optimum levels. In this survey, we enlist, discuss and evaluate methodologies and technologies of the necessary infrastructure for haptic communication. Furthermore, we focus on how the fifth generation (5G) of mobile networks will allow haptic applications to take life, in combination with the haptic data communication protocols, bilateral teleoperation control schemes and haptic data processing needed. Finally, we state the lessons learned throughout the surveyed research material along with the future challenges and infer our conclusions.

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