Standard Test Methods for Evaluating Purchasing and Training with Response Robot

CETA in cooperation with NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) will be bringing the Standard Test Methods for Response Robots program to Canada in June 2017

Objective:

• Provide emergency responders a way to quantitatively measure whether

robots are capable and reliable enough to perform operational tasks.

• Provide emergency responders a way to quantitatively measure their

performance on a given robot.

Approach:

• Develop standard test methods to measure robot maneuvering, mobility,

sensors, energy, radio comms, dexterity, durability, reliability, logistics,

safety, autonomy, and operator proficiency.

Use Standard Test Methods to:

• Communicate operational needs to robot developers.

• Enable users to understand emerging robot capabilities.

• Guide robot purchasing and deployment decisions based on objective

 

 

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More details to be posted soon. 

More details to be posted soon.