A “security robot” that patrols the terminal building of Narita International Airport and detects abnormalities will be introduced at Narita International Airport for the first time at domestic airports, and the state of its activities is released in the video.
Security robots aim to ensure safety by strengthening security inside the building in order to increase the number of users expected at the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. Two units will be installed in each of Terminals 1 and 2.
By adding image monitoring through robot cameras to the patrol monitoring work that was previously carried out by security guards, it is possible to realize more advanced and efficient in-house security that combines the power of humans and robots. It is supposed to be.
The robot patrols the designated route at a speed of 4 km / h while slowing down and avoiding humans.
It is a completely self-driving type that can avoid obstacles, monitors with an omnidirectional camera, and detects things left unattended or dangerous objects by image analysis
Future Narita International Airport Company
The Narita International Airport Corporation (NAA) intends to further strengthen security by introducing robots and to utilize cutting-edge technologies such as robots to realize higher security.