Public test facility of Fukushima robot R & D base

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Public test facilities of the Fukushima robot R & D base: snake shaped robots appear in the

Zhongxin on March 4 when the need for relevant operations arises, according to Japanese media reports, the "Fukushima robot test site" (located in Langjiang Town, nanxiangma City, Fukushima Prefecture), a robot research and development base set up to realize the post earthquake reconstruction of the East Japan earthquake and the Fukushima nuclear accident, The county government disclosed the test facilities of the simulation plant and power station completed in the city on the 1st

on June 15, 2017 local time, in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, a new robot jointly developed by Toshiba and the international reactor scrap research and Development Agency (Irid) was unveiled. The 30cm long and 13cm diameter underwater robot will be put into the bottom of the reactor containment of unit 3 of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant for investigation. The robot, equipped with front and rear cameras and LED lights, will be put into use this summer

the communication tower of small UAV has been set in the test site. In addition, the use of standard testing facilities for the real spring testing machine to reproduce the floods and landslides will be completed in turn by the end of March next year

what is disclosed to the public is a 6-storey building with a height of 30 meters, which is internally equipped with pipes, valves, steps, chimneys, etc. of various shapes, which can be used for testing and operation training of robots used for daily inspection and disaster response. The total labor cost is about 700million yen (about 42million yuan)

on the same day, Northeastern University and Kyoto University respectively carried out empirical tests on the snake shaped disaster robot based on the operating procedure of the universal material testing machine. This includes checking intricate pipelines, crossing debris, etc. In the future, it is also expected to be used to search for people in need of rescue in case of disasters

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