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VECNA Robotics BEAR Robot Rescues People On The Battlefield Image00546
When someone is injured on the battlefield rescue can be a huge problem. Often the people trying to reach and retract the injured individual are exposed to combat and run the risk of becoming injured themselves. VECNA Robotics developed a unique robot named BEAR that features high mobility yet resembles a human being to a large extent. Their robot may be the solution to reduce secondary battlefield casualties. At the same time, it's definitely advancing the state of the art for modern military robotics.

Posted by Lem on July 8, 2006 | Permalink | Email this post


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