- This challenge is applicable to various types of transport hubs, safety and transport infrastructure. Perimeter infrastructure is mainly focused at fences, but may also include other objects like gates and walls. Keeping the perimeter infrastructure in good shape is crucial for safety and security. Detection of anomalies is useful to plan repair and can provide valuable information regarding security breaches. This challenge focuses on value adding robotized inspection, repair and maintenance of the perimeter infrastructure. Increasing safety is important for the proper operation of transport hubs. Especially at nodes less secure by designing a safety system based on bidirectional communication between two elements of the railway infrastructure, i.e. a rail vehicle and a railway crossing using the GPS network.
- Robotized inspection and monitoring of waterways shall detect siltation or obstacles. Securing safe and accessible waterways is of crucial (economic) importance. This challenge calls for robotizing these efforts, without interfering with possible operations at the waterways.
QUAY WALLS AND LOCKS
- Quay walls and locks need to be inspected, repaired and maintained (IRM) to secure safety and accessibility. These operations involve divers and sometimes robotic systems. Since IRM of these assets impose significant danger and challenges, for both divers and robotic systems, solutions in this matter are required.
CHALLENGE 4: RUNWAYS
- This challenge calls for automatized/robotized inspection and maintenance of runways, for example; visible and under surface condition, debris, ice and snow removal.
CHALLENGE 5: VEGETATION
- Vegetation encroaching onto fences, pathways or over related equipment impose safety and accessibility risks. Detecting, monitoring this vegetation and removing it in time by robotized systems is the focus for this challenge.
CHALLENGE 6: OPEN
- For Transportation Hubs this open call provides the opportunity for value adding robotic solutions that show significant impact.