Laser Energy Transmission for a Wireless Energy Supply to Robots

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Kawashima, Nobuki; Takeda, Kazuya;
(2008)
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We can find a lot of robot applications in construction activities, where it is very difficult or dangerous for a man to access and only robots can work. The time will come soon when the actual use of those robots is extensively realized and the wireless energy transmis... View more
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