The aim of this thesis PhD thesis is to develop an innovative solution for the characterisation of radioactive waste drums that combines an automated measurement system and a specific reconstruction algorithm for the identification of hot spots and the determination of package activity. This innovative method will improve performance and reduce uncertainty compared to current conventional methods.
It is a robot measuring “surface contamination α, β/γ, with a configurable and self-adjusting mesh for better accuracy according to geostatistical principles. A 3D mapping is obtained thanks to the complementarity between the robot covering the ground surface and a connected module. The resulting 3D mapping allows the decommissioning of a room or the taking of decisions for future decontamination actions.
INNOWTECH participates a second time in the RIMA project.
A great collaboration between INNOWTECH, EyeSnap and TotalYmage to develop a robot-sensor equipped with a 360° camera for inspections in sensitive environments.
RIMA projects aim to bring together all actors (suppliers, service providers, innovation centers…) in order to accelerate robotics in I&M, but also to help small and medium-sized companies to develop new solutions for different industrial sectors.
RIMA is funded by the Horizon 2020 initiative.
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