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IoT Sensor Based Mobility Performance Test-Bed for Disaster Response Robots
- IoT Sensor Based Mobility Performance Test-Bed for Disaster Response Robots
- Kim, Young Duk; Jeong, Seong Ho; Koo, Dong Young; Kim, Hee Kang; Song, Chan Ho
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- Kim, Young Duk
- Issue Date
- 6th IIAI International Congress on Advanced Applied Informatics, IIAI-AAI 2017, 990-991
- Recently, thanks to development of advanced IoT technology, the disaster prevention service that helps to search and rescue survivors in the disaster site using robots and special equipment is greatly increased. The introduction of these advanced equipments will help to improve rescue operations within golden time and also ensure the safety of firefighters. However, the disaster environment is still very difficult to approach and pass through it due to collapses, obstacles and dangerous materials. In this paper, we design and implement a mobility performance evaluation test-bed which can overcome various risk situations where a robot and special equipment may encounter while driving and passing them. In addition, the test-bed adopts various Internet of Things (IoT) sensors in order to quantitatively evaluate the performance. The test-bed is consists of gaps, continuous ramp, crossing ramp, inclined planes, stairs, vertical climbing, narrow passage, pipe passage, water passage and etc. The level of difficulty for each track can be adjusted to provide a basis for the performance rating of the target robots. © 2017 IEEE.
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
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IoT, Disaster Respnse, Autonomous System
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