Nedo Introduces New Disaster Response Robots : News Photo

Nedo Introduces New Disaster Response Robots

A man works on a remote-controlled amphibious monitoring device for measuring pollution levels in air and water, developed by Toshiba Corp. in the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization's (NEDO) unmanned anti-disaster system research and development project, during a demonstration at Chiba Institute of Technology's (CIT) Shibazono campus in Narashino City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013. NEDO, Japan's largest public R&D management organization, introduced its latest disaster response robots technologies today. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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A man works on a remote-controlled amphibious monitoring device for measuring pollution levels in air and water, developed by Toshiba Corp. in the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization's (NEDO) unmanned anti-disaster system research and development project, during a demonstration at Chiba Institute of Technology's (CIT) Shibazono campus in Narashino City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013. NEDO, Japan's largest public R&D management organization, introduced its latest disaster response robots technologies today. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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