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Unmanned Inspection of Large Industrial Environments - Insights into Research Project RoboGasInspector



Details zur Publikation
Autor(inn)en:
Barz, T.; Bonow, G.; Hegenberg, J.; Habib, K.; Cramar, L.; Welle, J.; Schulz, D.; Kroll, A.; Schmidt, L.
Herausgeber:
Aschenbruck, N.; Martini, P.; Meier, M.; Tölle, J.
Verlag:
Springer
Verlagsort / Veröffentlichungsort:
Berlin
Publikationsjahr:
2012
Seitenbereich:
216-219
Buchtitel:
Future Security: 7th Security Research Conference (Bonn 2012)
Titel der Buchreihe:
Communications in Computer and Information Science
Bandnr.:
318
ISBN:
9783642331602

Zusammenfassung, Abstract
Industrial plants are a vital and common asset of modern society in a various number of ways. Safety of large industrial complexes that handle hazardous chemical materials is of utter importance to prevent harm to employees, general population, our natural environment and valuable infrastructure. Therefore, beside the plant owner’s own financial interest to guarantee faultless and safe operation, legal regulations have to be adhered due to strong public interest as well. An important measure to ensure safety is the implementation of regular inspection tours by maintenance personnel, who examine the often widely-stretched process infrastructure on foot and locally search for signs of beginning leakage. The Research Project RoboGasInspector was started to develop new means of aiding with the fulfillment of this essential task. This article gives an insight into this ongoing research project, where autonomous mobile robotics is combined with laser-based remote gas detection technology in order to create a proof-of-concept inspection system prototype, which can relieve humans of this monotonous and highly repetitive work.


Schlagwörter
gas detection, human-machine interface, industrial inspection, leak localization, mobile robot, plant safety, remote sensor technology, unmanned system


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