Using Robots in Hazardous Environments: Landmine Detection, De-mining and Other Applications Yvan Baudoin

ISBN: 9781845697860

Published: in association with the CLAWAR (Climbing and Walking Robots and AssociatedMoreThere have been major recent advances in robotic systems that can replace humans in undertaking hazardous activities in demanding or dangerous environments. Published in association with the CLAWAR (Climbing and Walking Robots and Associated Technologies Association, www.clawar.org), this important book reviews the development of robotic systems for de-mining and other risky activities such as fire-fighting. 

Part one provides an overview of the use of robots for humanitarian de-mining work. Part two discusses the development of sensors for mine detection while part thee reviews developments in both teleoperated and autonomous robots. Building on the latter, part four concentrates on robot autonomous navigation. The final part of the book reviews research on multi-agent-systems (MAS) and the multi-robotics-systems (MRS), promising tools that take into account modular design of mobile robots and the use of several robots in multi-task missions. 
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Using Robots in Hazardous Environments: Landmine Detection, De-mining and Other Applications by Yvan Baudoin
in association with the CLAWAR (Climbing and Walking Robots and AssociatedMoreThere have been major recent advances in robotic systems that can replace humans in undertaking hazardous activities in demanding or dangerous environments. Published in association with the CLAWAR (Climbing and Walking Robots and Associated Technologies Association, www.clawar.org), this important book reviews the development of robotic systems for de-mining and other risky activities such as fire-fighting. 

Part one provides an overview of the use of robots for humanitarian de-mining work. Part two discusses the development of sensors for mine detection while part thee reviews developments in both teleoperated and autonomous robots. Building on the latter, part four concentrates on robot autonomous navigation. The final part of the book reviews research on multi-agent-systems (MAS) and the multi-robotics-systems (MRS), promising tools that take into account modular design of mobile robots and the use of several robots in multi-task missions. 
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There have been major recent advances in robotic systems that can replace humans in undertaking hazardous activities in demanding or dangerous environments. Published in association with the CLAWAR (Climbing and Walking Robots and AssociatedMoreThere have been major recent advances in robotic systems that can replace humans in undertaking hazardous activities in demanding or dangerous environments.

Published in association with the CLAWAR (Climbing and Walking Robots and Associated Technologies Association, www.clawar.org), this important book reviews the development of robotic systems for de-mining and other risky activities such as fire-fighting.Part one provides an overview of the use of robots for humanitarian de-mining work. Part two discusses the development of sensors for mine detection while part thee reviews developments in both teleoperated and autonomous robots. Building on the latter, part four concentrates on robot autonomous navigation.

The final part of the book reviews research on multi-agent-systems (MAS) and the multi-robotics-systems (MRS), promising tools that take into account modular design of mobile robots and the use of several robots in multi-task missions.



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