Adaptive mobility for rescue robots

@inproceedings{Blitch2003AdaptiveMF,
  title={Adaptive mobility for rescue robots},
  author={John Blitch},
  booktitle={SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing},
  year={2003}
}
  • John Blitch
  • Published in
    SPIE Defense + Commercial…
    2003
  • Engineering
  • It has often been observed that the most daunting aspect of any crisis response is managing the "unknown unknowns" that inevitably plague incident commanders and emergency personnel at all levels responsible for life and death decisions on a minute by minute basis. In structural collapse situations, for example, rescue crews rarely have even a coarse picture of the number or disposition of people or material scattered amongst the twisted beams and piles of concrete that typically entomb would… CONTINUE READING

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