Earthquakes often cause casualties, fires, floods, toxic gases, bacteria and radioactive materials and may cause secondary disasters such as tsunamis, landslides, collapses, and ground fissures. The current level of technology is still unable to predict the arrival of the earthquake, and the earthquake is unpredictable for a long time to come. Therefore, the rescue work after the earthquake is particularly important. Timely and effective rescue can greatly reduce casualties. However, due to the extremely unstable structure of the ruins after the earthquake, rescue workers face many dangers and large equipment is difficult to cross the ruins. So the rescue work can not be effectively carried out. In order to save more precious lives in time, German Liectroux Robotics Institute has newly developed a new earthquake rescue robot that can travel through complex and narrow spaces to save more precious lives.
This earthquake rescue robot has a high degree of artificial intelligence and it has a wealth of earthquake rescue knowledge and medical first aid knowledge. Its shape is a relatively large robot which can be transformed into a crawler robot when necessary. When it is working as a crawler robot, it can directly “swallow” people into the machine and then take them away from the danger zone, which can greatly reduce casualties. And the robot contains a variety of small earthquake rescue robots including snake-shaped robots, scorpion robots, life-detecting robots and so on. The snake-shaped robot is driven by a nylon rope with a power unit. It can go deep into the ruins and take images of the ruins through its own pinhole camera. Then pass the captured images to rescuers, so that rescuers can quickly know the situation in the ruins. The design of the cockroach robot is based on the flexible exoskeleton structure of cockroach so that it can better penetrate the complex terrain of the ruins and rubble to search for earthquake survivors. The life detection robot has built-in sensors that can detect the human body’s breathing and body temperature. So it can be used to explore signs of life in the earthquake. The earthquake rescue robot also has many other robots inside it, which can carry out rescue work more efficiently and scientifically, and can also reduce the risk of casualties.
The earthquake rescue robot developed by German Liectroux Robotics Institute is able to carry out the rescue work timely and effectively. Moreover, German Liectroux Robotics Institute has also conducted research in the field of robot vacuum cleaners. (You can view the website: http://www.liectroux.us/ or http://www.liectroux.it/). The robot vacuum cleaner developed by German Liectroux Robotics Institute has opened up a clean planning era, which is able to achieve global navigation planning and intelligent scanning and mapping as well as long-term memory maps. And its noise decibel is low so it does not affect the rest of the families in daily life. In addition, it has 220ml large capacity water tank which can conduct sustainable water supply for 90 minutes. The three distribution drain holes are distributed at the bottom of the water tank in a perfect way and they can accurately grasp the water seepage rate and achieve uniformity of wet mopping and vacuuming. Due to its excellent performance and high cost performance, the robot vacuum cleaner has gained wide love of the consumers.
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