Robots to the Rescue: Saving Lives with Unmanned Vehicles

Last week’s sea rescue of Australian swimmers by an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) is just the start of a robotics revolution. On January 18, an Australian lifeguard piloted a drone over the turbulent ocean off the far north coast of New South Wales to rescue two teens in distress. As thrilling as it was to watch a tiny drone drop a flotation device to the two struggling swimmers, the rescue was relatively easy, using proven robotic technology in an ideal, wide-open environment. #RESCUE…
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Pavlos Papadopoulos

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  1. 23/09/2019

    […] and place them, chances are they may drop them or fail to hold a firm grip due to arm movements, using robots, on the other hand, is easier because they come with slim arms and a wide reach. The arms have high […]

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