Toshiba AI Technology Catalog

  • Operation plan

Motion planning (picking, route generation)

Developed technologies for planning routes of self-driving cars or motion of robot arms


  • Reinforcement learning methods enable packing operations by robots with high filling rates.
  • Graph search mehods generate safe and comfortable routes of self-driving cars.
  • Expected to be applied in logistics robots and automatic driving.

Applications



  • Picking robots on automated logistics lines
  • On-board hardware/software for self-driving

Benchmarks, strengths, and track record



  • Received the Outstanding Lecture Award at the 20th Society of Instrument and Control Engineers System Integration Division Symposium

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References:

  • R. Katsuki et al. “Graph Search based Local Path Planning with Adaptive Node Sampling”, IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, 2018.
  • Ryosuke Nonaka et.al.; “Driving lane selection in 100ms cycles using reinforcement learning”; 20th Society of Instrument and Control Engineers System Integration Division Symposium, 2019.
  • T. Tanaka, et al., Simultaneous Planning for Item Picking and Placing by Deep Reinforcement Learning, IROS, 2020.
  • Rie Katsuki et.al.; High-speed Lane trajectory generation using node sampling and taking into account obstacle avoidance patterns”; RSJ2020.