Publications / 1995 Proceedings of the 12th ISARC, Warsaw, Poland

Building System Design for Development of Automated Interior Finishing System – WASCOR IV Research Project Report (Part II)

Naohisa Sunaga, Yukio Hasegawa, Kinya Tamaki, Hiroshi Kasai, Hiroshi Kurita, Tatsuo Murayama, Hitishi Sugiura, Teruo Yomo, Masashi Matsudo
Pages 457-464 (1995 Proceedings of the 12th ISARC, Warsaw, Poland, ISBN 9788386040025, ISSN 2413-5844)

For the development of automated building construction system with robots, the WASCOR (WASeda Construction robot) research project has been organized since 1982 by the system science institute, waseda university. The WASCOR IV project started in 1992. The research theme of the wascor IV project is to develop automated construction systems for interior finishing work. This research theme consists of three sub themes: 1) development of new building systems and construction methods which increase the constructability of construction robots, 2) design of hardware of the system, and 3) design of the computer assisted system for information management and machinery control. Concerning the first sub theme this paper discusses methodology for the building system design of automated interior finishing systems. And a schematic plan for the model building is also described, which is presented in accordance with a building system and construction methods.

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