Request for support for the Rescon Renewal Project
(One company) R & R Community
Representative Director Yasuyoshi Yokokoji
(Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Kobe University)
Rescue Robot Contest Executive Committee
Executive Committee Chair Masayuki Okugawa
(Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Aichi Institute of Technology)
Thank you for your continued support for the Rescue Robot Contest (RESCON).
The Rescue Robot Contest has been held every year since 2001 for the purpose of social awareness about disaster prevention and mitigation and human resource development through improvement of robot technology, and next year will be the 20th year. Therefore, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary, we, the Rescon Executive Committee, are planning a Rescon renewal project based on our knowledge and experience without being satisfied with the current situation in the midst of technological progress and changing social conditions. increase. This project aims to "deepen the kindness to rescue and improve robot technology" for the development of the rescue system and the realization of the Rescue Philosophy. It is a four-year project from 2019 to 2022 that renews the field and Damiyan (dummy doll). In 2022, we plan to hold the final competition in Tokyo.
Your support is indispensable for the realization of this project.
Therefore, I would like to ask for "a donation of 1,000 yen for an individual / 100,000 yen for a corporation". If you agree, please fill out the attached application form and apply by email to the secretariat.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but thank you for your consideration.
Outline of Rescon Renewal Project
i) Deepening the "gentleness" that is the core concept of Rescon
ii) Task setting that is conscious of more realistic rescue scenes and situations
iii) A place for social experiments considering the social implementation of rescue materials and equipment
Revision and new establishment of competition tasks according to the rescue site
(1) Renewal of competition field (from outdoor (urban area) to indoor (building))
(2) Higher functionality of Damiyan (advanced sensing technology and introduction of viewpoint camera)
Donation application form
(Japanese language only)
(General Incorporated Association) R & R Community (RXRC) Secretariat
Person in charge: RXRC Director (Rescue Robot Contest Executive Committee Chair) Masayuki Okugawa
Donation statusAs of April 23, 2021
Number of donations: 20
Total donation: 2,878,000 yen