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In case of earthquake disasters, it is significant to use robotic technologies, such as mobile robots and/or flying robots, for unmanned surveillance of disaster areas to prevent second-disaster. In case of volcanic eruption, unmanned robotic technologies are useful for surveillance of restricted areas to prevent personal suffering. To realize the above requirements, our group has researched, developed, and tested our mobile robots and flying robots in the real or mock-up fields. Recently, we have also started a development of mobile robots for plant inspection and tele-operation of construction machines.

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New Industry Creation Hatchery Center

NAGATANI, Keiji , Associate Professor
Ph.D (Engineering)

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Keiji Nagatani, Seiga Kiribayashi, Yoshito Okada, Kazuki Otake, Kazuya Yoshida. Satoshi Tadokoro, Takeshi Nishimura, Tomoaki Yoshida, and Eiji Koyanagi, Mineo Fukushima and Shinji Kawatsuma, Emergency Response to the Nuclear Accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plants using Mobile Rescue Robots, Journal of Field Robotics Volume 30, Issue 1, pp.44-63 (2013-01)

Keiji Nagatani,Ken Akiyama,Genki Yamauchi,Kazuya Yoshida,Yasushi Hada,Shin'ichi Yuta,Tomoyuki Izu,Randy Mackay, Development and Field Test of Teleoperated Mobile Robots for Active Volcano Observation, 2014 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS),pp.1932-1937 (2014-09)
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