2020 IEEE/SICE International Symposium on System Integration（SII2020）
Workshop on “Safety & ANSHIN Systems”
Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA January 12, 2020
SII2020 Workshop Digest
SICE/SI TC on Safety Recovery,
JSME/RMD TC on ANSHIN & Safety for Robotics & Mechatronics, IEEE/RAS TC on Energy, Environment & Safety Issues for Robotics & Automation.
Safety is the most crucial issue for developing and applying various robots and systems nowadays. The service robot has a wide range of its application as in its definition and is expected to be applied in our society. The safety includes both physical safety and ANSHIN. The physical safety means a common sense of safety as suggested by safety engineering, industrial safety standard, etc. The physical safety will include issues on how to secure safety and safety recovery from unsafe conditions in explosion, disaster, contamination and whatever dangerous. ANSHIN means psychological safety or mind safety, which includes various feelings and states of mind; familiarity, peace of mind, no stress, no anxiety, etc. The topic on AHSHIN comes to more important issue when we bring the service robots and systems to their actual applications. How we feel toward service robot working in and around our daily life, how we evaluate our ANSHIN situation quantitatively are crucial as well as securing physical safety of robots and systems. We need to discuss both safeties in the aspects of what the state-of-the arts, what is the current issues, how we solve them.
The workshop aims to discuss a wide range of safety issues on robots and systems.
The workshop includes 5 speeches and open discussions.
We hope this workshop could work and contribute to expore any idea and methodology to deal with various safety issues in robots and intelligent systems.
January 12, 2019
14:40-15:05 Keynote 1: AI and Collaborative Robot Safety
Yoshihiro Nakabo, AIST, Japan
15:05-15:30 Keynote 2: Safety Preservation for Infrastructure based on UAV
Kenichi Ohara, Meijo University, Japan
15:30-15:55 Keynote 3: Towards Enhancement of Testing Environment for Remote Control Systems for Nuclear Disaster Response and Decommissioning
Kuniaki Kawabata, JAEA, Japan
15:55-16:20 Keynote 4: Fault Detection for Sensor Redundant Robots and Its Application to Omni-Directional Vehicle and Serial Link Robot
Takanori Miyoshi, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan
16:20-16:45 Keynote 5: ANSHIN for Robots and Intelligent Systems
Tatsuo Arai, University of Electro-Communications, Japan & Beijing Institute of Technology, China
16:45-17:00 Discussions & Closing