Fukushima disaster: The robots going where no tellurian can

Robots have turn executive to a cleaning-up operation during Japan’s Fukushima chief energy plant, 6 years after a tsunami that triggered a chief meltdown.

It is estimated that around 600 tonnes of poisonous fuel might have leaked out of a reactor during a incident.

The Tokyo Electric Power Company is regulating a accumulation of robots to try areas too dangerous for people to go near.

BBC Click was given singular entrance to a site to see how a decontamination work was progressing.

See some-more during Click’s website and @BBCClick.