Rescue Robots – A Biomimetic Approach

Rescue Robots – A Biomimetic Approach

By Bryan Bergeron    View In Digital Edition  

Imagine that you’re charged with creating a semi-autonomous rescue robot that will move through the rubble of burning buildings to deliver protective gear and medical aid to victims. There’s no one correct approach, but I’d start with biomimetics which involves searching for inspiration from biological systems. 


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