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  • (27 May 2009)
    Peccioli – 23 May 2009
    1. Various of robot rubbish collector DustBot rolling along cobbled street
    2. Researcher checking robot
    3. Robot being polished with cloth
    4. Close up of robot’s “eye”
    5. Close up of robot’s “head”
    6. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Barbara Mazzolai, DustBot Project Manager, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna University, Pisa:
    “The technology we use for the DustBot is a common one; there’s the internet, mobile phone or other telephones and systems that are able to move on two or four wheels. What changes is that they are autonomous (operate independently).”
    7. Robot being checked by researchers before public test
    8. Researcher setting up the control system to monitor test
    9. Bottom of robot
    10. Wheels as robot turns and drives away
    11. Crowd
    12. Child looking at robot, touching it with finger
    13. SOUNDBITE (Italian), Professor Paolo Dario, Robotics Department Director at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna University, Pisa:
    “The main benefit we expect for both service provider, generally a public agency, and citizens, is the fact that this service is available on demand. In fact, a citizen doesn’t have to wait for a certain time of the day to hand in his garbage outside his door. But he can call the robot which is indeed an automatic garbage man whenever he likes.”
    14. Robot with researcher in the background, UPSOUND (Italian): “We’re ready, Marco will make the call.”
    15. Blue rubbish bag leaning against wall
    16. Researcher robot on his mobile phone
    17. Researcher on phone
    18. Robot approaching researcher as he holds out rubbish bag, using robot’s touch screen
    19. Hand touching robot’s screen, logging in with password
    20. Researcher dropping his rubbish bag inside robot
    21. Close up of touch screen
    22. Robot turning and leaving
    23. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Luca Di Sandro, Peccioli resident:
    “Perhaps I find it hard to give my final opinion on a project like this. But I’ve become curious and I hope to be able to watch the next tests if there are any improvements.”
    24. Woman watching robot
    25. Robot rolling along cobbled street
    26. Pan left of pavement simulating a dumping area
    27. Sign reading (in English) “Dishcharge Area”
    28. Various of robot dumping rubbish
    29. SOUNDBITE (Italian), Barbara Mazzolai, DustBot Project Manager, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna University, Pisa:
    “While these robots go around the streets cleaning and collecting trash bags from people’s homes, they can also monitor the air quality in real time.”
    30. Robot turning and leaving dumping area
    31. SOUNDBITE (Italian), Professor Paolo Dario, Robotics Department Director at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna University, Pisa:
    “Who should be held accountable for the behaviour of this robot, the law doesn’t say-it doesn’t know yet. It’s a very interesting aspect for research, in which we are working hard internationally.”
    32. Wide of Peccioli skyline
    LEAD IN :
    The human rubbish collector may be a thing of the past with the development of a small green robot that does the rounds of city streets picking up rubbish as it goes.
    The Italian town of Peccioli played host to the launch of this clean and tidy robot, known as DustCart.
    STORYLINE :
    This is DustCart, a robot designed and built to clean the streets of the town of Peccioli in Tuscany, Italy.
    The town is the testing ground for a group of Italian robotics experts and their latest offspring.
    The Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna University in Pisa has developed this robot that could one day even replace the rubbish man. It’s called DustCart and is able to collect small quantities of rubbish on demand.
    This robot has been designed to look friendly so humans will interact with it more comfortably.
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