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Development of a robot simulator for decommissioning tasks utilizing remotely operated robots

Suzuki, Kenta ; Kawabata, Kuniaki   

This paper describes the development of a robot simulator for remote decommissioning tasks in the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station of Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings utilizing remotely operated robots. The robot simulator was developed to provide a remote operation training environment to ensure operator proficiency. The developed simulator allows for calculating physical aspects such as the hydrodynamics for a remotely operated vehicle and the aerodynamics for an unmanned aerial vehicle. The disturbed camera view presented to an operator can be generated by setting parameters such as transparency, color, distortion, and noise. Moreover, we implemented a communication failure emulator on the simulator, while functionalities for calculating the integral dose and generating the gamma camera image were also implemented. Here, we discuss the functional requirements and introduce the implemented functionalities. It is demonstrated that the simulator was built using the developed functions and that it can be executed integrally.



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