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Robot Competitions - JAEA

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Raymond Sheh

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Transcript of Robot Competitions - JAEA

Research Competitions
Advancing the State of the Art
Image by DARPA
Tackle unsolved or poorly solved problems
Require a variety of skills within the team
Different approaches are encouraged
Incentives for tackling difficult aspects of the problem
Results move the state-of-the-art forward
Gather and exhibit near-deployable capabilities
Presentation by Dr Raymond Sheh
Standard test methods, developed with experienced first responders, are put together in a competition arena.
Mobility
Sensors
Inspection and Scenarios
Robots and teams from around the world
Competitions gather together
different capabilities.
Advanced Mobility
Manipulation
and Inspection
Autonomous Operations
Flying Robots
Engaging the Research Community through Standard Test Methods
Presented by Raymond Sheh
Intelligent Robots Group, Department of Computing
Curtin University, Western Australia
RoboCup Rescue Robot League
RoboCup Rescue Virtual Robot League
DARPA Robotics Challenge Trials/Finals
European Land Robotics Trials (ELROB)
euRathlon
Japan Virtual Robotics Challenge
Response Robotics Competitions
incorporating Standard Test Methods
Sheh, R. and Mees, D. (2015) Human-System Interaction for Bomb Squad Applications: Preliminary Experiments with Low Cost Cameras in Real World Deployment. in Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics, Oct 2015.
See www.intelligentrobots.org for details!
See www.oarkit.org for more details!


Example parts list (TOTAL: $495 AUD):
7x Dynamixel AX-12A servos, $345 AUD
Raspberry Pi 2B, $43 AUD
Raspberry Pi camera, $39 AUD
Raspberry Pi camera extension cable, $5 AUD
Wireless LAN adapter, $5 AUD
8GB MicroSD card, $6 AUD
5V regulator (RC UBEC), $5 AUD
OpenCM 9.04 board, $26 AUD
3 cell LiPoly battery, $10 AUD
XT-60 battery connector, $1 AUD
Nuts, Bolts, Wire, Misc components, $5 AUD
3D printed plastic components, $5 AUD

Additional recommended components (TOTAL: $110):
PiTFT screen, $60 AUD
DC barrel connector, $3 AUD
12V power adapter, $22 AUD
Bluetooth adapter, $5 AUD
Playstation controller, $20 AUD


Intelligent Robots Group, Department of Computing
Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia
Intelligent Systems Division
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Project Leader: Adam Jacoff
Overall Principles
Standard Test Methods focus development
Teams develop on abstract but relevant apparatuses
Qualification can be conducted remotely
Both specific and general teams welcomed
Test Method Combos reveal operationally significant capabilities
Teaching Camps and Summer Schools encourage dissemination
Best performing robots get an invitation to be evaluated in operational tests in front of responders and industry
robottestmethods@nist.gov
Teaching Camps and Summer Schools facilitate dissemination of Best-in-Class capabilities and inspire students to tackle responders' real-world needs.
intelligentrobots.org/links/jaea/
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