PHOTOS, VIDEO: Meet Robot Snake That Can Climb and Swim to Help Disaster Victims

Must Read

Father, Mother, 11 Children Down With Coronavirus

A Spanish family of father, mother and eleven children have all contracted Coronavirus.DailyMail UK reports that the Cebrian Gervas family...

Missing Osun Coronavirus Patient Found

The State Commissioner for Information and Civic Orientation, Mrs Funke Egbemode has confirmed that the coronavirus patient that absconded...

Covid-19: FG Seeks NASS Approval For N500bn Intervention Fund

Following move by the federal government of Nigeria to eradicate the novel coronavirus in the country, an approval has...

COVID-19: No Licence Has Been Issued For 5g In Nigeria – Presidency

Series of conspiracy theory has been making the rounds drawing the relationship between electromagnetic waves emitted from 5g networks...

COVID-19: What Chinese Doctors Are Coming To Do In Nigeria – FG

The federal government of Nigeria has come out to clarify that the 18-man Chinese medical team coming to Nigeria...

Scientists have created a robotic snake that could be used to help victims of natural disasters or had accidents in unusual places.

roboticsnake

Scientists have created a robotic snake that can crawl, climb, swim and scale flights of stairs.

These versatile robots are designed for reaching humans who have had accidents in inaccessible places, like mountain areas or collapsed buildings.

They could prove vital to emergency relief in areas that are affected by natural disasters, like floods, earthquakes and tornados.carnegie-mellon-robotic-snake

The robotic animal was created inside the Biorobotics Lab at the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.

On their website, the researchers outline their mission statement.

It says: “The Biorobotics Lab reduces complicated high-dimensional problems found in robotics to low-dimensional simpler ones for design, analysis, and planning.

Often, we look to biology for inspiration and sometimes, we return the favor by providing analysis that models biology.”

Watch Video:

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -