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The hotline allows the decommissioning and dismantlement community to post problems
in a specific decommissioning and dismantlement (D&D) area and get solutions
from the subject matter specialists. Users can also search for previously published
problems and their solutions.
Technology provides information on decommissioning and dismantlement related technologies including robotics
and any associated demonstrations. It provides technology descriptions, benefits,
limitations, and associated links and documents. It also provides vendor information,
technology and demonstration fact sheet reports, and search capabilities.
The custom decommissioning and dismantlement web crawler searches and retrieve information
from decommissioning and dismantlement related websites. The crawler provides the
user with a listing of best-matching web pages, usually with a short summary containing
the document's title or parts of the text.
The mobile system component provides access to important D&D KM-IT features through wireless devices. The D&D community users can access the following modules from their mobile devices: vendor directory, specialist directory, hotline, technology information, picture library, lessons learned and best practices, and the fixative module.
Lessons learned provides a repository of documents published by the decommissioning
and dismantlement community users. This allows them to share their experience with
Best practices provides a repository of decommissioning and dismantlement best practices
documents that the user community can upload to the system.
The video/picture library allows community users to upload decommissioning and dismantlement
technology and demonstration videos and pictures to the decommissioning and dismantlement
KM-IT system. The videos and pictures could then be viewed by the decommissioning
and dismantlement community.
Weekly reports published by the ALARA center include the status of the decommissioning
and dismantlement activities that have taken place at various centers. It includes
the list of ALARA center activities for consecutive weeks. This feature makes the
reports available to the entire decommissioning and dismantlement user community.
The specialist directory provides a directory of decommissioning and dismantlement
experts in different areas along with their contact information. The user can search
the specialist directory by name or by area of interest.
Vendor management provides a directory of decommissioning and dismantlement vendors
along with their contact information.
Collaboration tools provides information-sharing mechanisms such as decommissioning
and dismantlement news, events calendars, links, message boards, and frequently
asked questions (FAQs). This allows the decommissioning and dismantlement community
to interact with fellow users.
The training component provides training videos related to decommissioning and dismantlement
work, ALARA Centers’ training material and custom training for the decommissioning
and dismantlement community.
Category: Robotics > Characterization and Inspection > Wheeled/Tracked System
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Texai was a remote telepresence system prototype developed at Willow Garage. Based on the interest in Texai, Suitable Technologies, Inc. was spun out of Willow Garage to bring the technology to market. The resulting BeamPro product for the enterprise was launched in November, 2012 followed by the Beam+ for the home in January, 2014. Site: * Industry:OtherSize:Very Large (>100kg/200lb, >120cm/48in)TRL:Operational (9)TRL2: * Tether: * Waterproof: * Payload: * Reach: * Manipulator: *
The Beam Pro allows users to interact with remote locations by coupling high-end video and audio with the freedom of motion to move about a space.Break free from the conference room wall. Face-to-face interaction happens everywhere—you should be everywhere too.See and be seen, hear and be heard, clearly and consistently. Beam Pro boasts two wide-angle cameras, a 6-microphone array that cancels echo and reduces background noise, a 17" 4:3 LCD screen, and a powerful built-in speaker.With a top speed over 2 mph, keep up with anyone.Beam Pro's battery provides 8 hours of active use (24 standby). When you're done, just drive Beam Pro into its dock to charge.Be there every time, in real time. Two dual-band radios, or an optional 4G card, use proprietary roaming algorithms to provide seamless connectivity.Beam Pro starts at $16,000. (April 2014 prices). Operational Experience:
Design and Development by
Applied Research Center at
Florida International University with Department of Energy Environmental Management
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