AI News, Robot Teams Practice for Japan Volcano Monitoring
- On Sunday, February 18, 2018
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Robot Teams Practice for Japan Volcano Monitoring
This is especially problematic with volcanoes that are undergoing frequent periods of activity, where it’s not safe to get close to them to determine when a minor eruption might turn into a major one.
For the last few years, he’s been working on ways of exploring remote, potentiallydangerous volcanic areas using UAVs in collaboration with ground robots.
Clover robots could be equipped with small sensor packages, like a gas sensor, but it’s also important to be able to analyze rock samples directly.
Strawberryis a robotic claw that hangs from the bottom of Zion and can be used to collect rocks or soil or stuffed alien toys or whatever else a claw dangling from the sky is good for picking up.
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