All aspects of the use of robotics, remote systems and tools used in the nuclear industry can be submitted.

WM2018’s Call for Abstracts is now available and the website will be accepting abstracts soon on all aspects of the use of robotics, remote systems and tools used in the nuclear industry, including needs, problem statements, research and development. Abstracts are encouraged that discuss technology maturation, utilisation, testing and verification, best practices, lessons learned, knowledge management and trends in robotics and remote systems, applications, facilities, use in emergency preparedness or response and recovery actions and the ability to withstand exposure to radioactive contamination or ionising radiation. This topic will organise various oral sessions or may redistribute abstracts to the best related Topic.

Please be advised that robotic devices of interest for this conference are those deployed for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, explosive, and space. Non-CBRN industrial applications such as human-wearable and human-attachable robotics devices and sensor technologies are also of interest.

Consider submitting an abstract of a paper/article, oral presentation, and/or poster. Abstracts will be able to be submitted online by August 11, 2017. Details about exhibiting can also be found on the website.

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