Rescue robots help humanity

We all live in a world of natural, man-made, social, and other hazards that often threaten our health and life. Every day, the media informs us about the subsequent accidents, catastrophes, or natural disasters, which people have suffered.

With technical development, humanity has learned to avoid disasters in the modern world, inventing more and more protection from harmful factors. Along with the nature of emergencies, their elimination and rescue operations have also changed. Technological advances in rescue operations represent robotic technologies that autonomously conduct search and rescue operations in artificial and natural disasters.

Imagine that you are in a building that has collapsed. Trapped under tons of volatile debris, you can smell the gas slowly coming in and growing stronger by the minute. The chances of being rescued in time seem to be dwindling. And at this moment, when you lie motionless, a mechanical device makes its way directly to you through the cracks, which are too narrow and dangerous for humans. As soon as you inhale the oxygen delivered by the robot, your exact location is transmitted to the rescue team, and they begin to carry out rescue operations. This is not a futuristic dream but our genuine future.

The LeoTronics team works every day on UGVs that will come to the aid of humans in trouble. This August, the TrackReitar FFL firefighting robot underwent a successful field test.