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NEDO Held the "Symposium on the Research and Development Program for Robot Performance Evaluation Methods"

March 14, 2017

On March 10, NEDO held the "Symposium on the Research and Development Program for Robot Performance Evaluation Methods" in Tokyo.

At the symposium, NEDO presented the latest research results on robot performance evaluation methods that NEDO is engaged in developing to facilitate the practical use of unmanned aerial, underwater, and ground vehicles that are expected to have a variety of applications throughout society. In addition, NEDO delivered a keynote lecture covering the status of the development of the Fukushima Robot Test Field, trends in standardization activities that the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has been promoting, and similar projects in the United States. At the event venue, NEDO showcased actual examples of equipment and models of various kinds of robots being used in the projects. More than 400 people visited, which demonstrates the high level of interest in the symposium.

  • Dr. Raymond Sheh at the podium
    Dr. Raymond Sheh from NIST giving his speech
  • Dr.Hajime Asama at the podium
    Dr.Hajime Asama from the University of Tokyo giving his speech
  • View of the presentation space
    Presentation space