TrackReitar Medical: A Rescue Robot

Trackreitar Medical

Technology has been continuously innovating, and robots are now helping people perform their daily tasks with ease. Aside from logistics, unique robots are now made that provide security, protection, and medical aid. People have sacrificed themselves for these dangerous jobs and saved people during accidents and catastrophes.


TrackReitar Medical from LeoTronics is designed to evacuate injured people in natural disasters, catastrophes, and warfare. It is equipped with a stretcher and can perform highly influential work for medics in carrying wounded people.

With the following features of the LeoTronics Medical Aid Robots, it is easy and efficient to use on challenging rescue operations

Well-thought-out simple design

Possibility to install engines of different power depending on the requirements For its specifications, the installed motors' power and the installed battery's capacity are set according to the requirements.

An easy adaptation of the platform to any payload


Below is the specification for the standard configuration of TrackReitar Medical based on the TrackReitar Universal Platform

Medical trackreitar
Medical Trackreitar

Emergency response robots for rescue operations

Modernity presents many situations for which humans are not adapted. Unlike previous generations, people of the present time are used to many inventions, of which they could only dream or not even guess that they could exist before. Like everything in this world, man does not stand. Still, he adapts and invents more new gadgets that greatly simplify and improve people's lives. People can't imagine their lives without many such gadgets and improvements. However, not all areas of existence are covered by such outstanding research. Some of them remain little studied and little adapted to the new reality.


For example, natural, man-made, social, and other dangerous situations have become even more frequent in ecosystems under unstable environmental conditions, difficulties in human adaptation to the changing realities of the world, as well as his limited knowledge of the unexplored. Such events often threaten not only human health and life but tangible and intangible property and goods so necessary for man. The frequency and power of such problems occurring on our planet progress every year. When emergencies arise, emergency rescue work is carried out in most cases; the main focus is to save human life and health and reduce the amount of damage to the environment and material losses.


The diversity of all these destructive natural and natural-anthropogenic phenomena are divided into four main groups:

  • geological emergencies,

  • hydrological disasters,

  • fires,

  • meteorological cataclysms (movement of air masses).


To date, humankind seeks to minimize the events of disasters and their consequences, inventing new means of protection. Technical advances in rescue work are developing rapidly, leading to robotic technological complexes (RTK), a remote-controlled, semi-autonomous, and autonomous mode to conduct search and rescue operations. Most often, in such cases, robots with walking thrusters are used.


Every day new complications arise, some of which require quite a lot of time to work through, although at first, they look like simple tasks with a quick solution. Everyone knows that robots are often used in difficult situations, both morally and physically. In such cases, there are problems with applying emergency response robots in structures that do not allow the signal to spread. It is complicated to use mobile robots, as wireless control can be interrupted, and cable makes passing the machine in uncertain environments difficult. Detecting humans indoors is one of the significant challenges during rescue operations. In the ideal application of robots in the medical field, the priority is to locate the person, determine their condition, and call a rescuer, a medical professional, or a more robust or more powerful robot to help remove the body from the rubble if necessary.

Areas of application of emergency response robots

Tornado and cyclone

A tornado and cyclone (or as is commonly called "hurricane" or "typhoon") resemble earthquakes in their consequences and damage left behind. With mudflows or flows with a large concentration of mineral particles, stones, rock fragments, landslides, avalanches, karsts, and rockslides as a natural disaster, i.e., the breaking away and falling of masses of rocks from the mountainsides, large RTKs can be helpful. Scientists are concerned with preventing these phenomena and are developing robotic rock climbers that can navigate cliffs, cracks in the rock, and steep and crumbling slopes.


The following situation is an earthquake, one of the rescuers' primary and frequent problems. After the main wave, most of the structures are destroyed, and a search and rescue operation with people and dogs is engaged in searching for survivors. Still, when a wave of aftershocks - repeated earthquakes - occurs, there may be situations where rescuers themselves are covered by debris and may become casualties. Just for such situations, human replacement rescue and retrieval robots controlled by an operator from a safe location are being developed. There is also a gradual transition to the autonomous control of the robotic medical device used.


Eruptions have become less catastrophic, but they continue to cause harm to humans, can be horrific, and can lead to related consequences. While volcanic ash, smoke, falling mountains and debris, and the subsequent destruction of forests and homes will be dealt with quite well by RTK, the aftermath of lava eruptions will be useless at this point because of the operating temperatures.

Flooding and building collapse

Flooding and building collapse after tsunamis and other hydrological disasters have many complications caused by the water component of the investigation. Despite the job's complexity, robots adjust to the watery realm of life and successfully help in such situations.


Natural disaster "fire" is divided into two types: forest and peat. The more global notion of "fire" should also be referred to this group, namely fire as an uncontrollable spread of fire, bringing material damage and harm to the life and health of people. The robot's task is to investigate smoke-filled rooms and open spaces. Also, fire robots can work in burning premises to search and rescue victims.

Every year in one part of the planet or another, at one time or another, natural phenomena such as blizzards, hail, or drought occur with increasing frequency. These problems are serious for the rescue services of many countries, which seek to maximize the use of robots for these works. Robots are especially relevant and helpful for assisting in terrorist attacks and detecting and counting invaders and hostages inside buildings.

Medicine robots for the transportation of victims

Medical robotics equipment is used in emergency rescue operations, in medicine, during combat operations and anti-terrorist operations, in surveillance, security, and demining and provides high efficiency of conducted works and maximum safety to human health and life.


In some situations, a human being can be powerless if there is an excellent danger of the victims' death and the failure of the whole operation. The solution to such problems could be the creation of a robot in a medical field designed to transport victims of emergencies and the wounded on the battlefield. But for this purpose, it is necessary to know the rules and ways of transportation of victims.


As we have stated earlier, TrackReitar Medical is entirely autonomous, meaning it can be controlled remotely or pre-programmed using the power of artificial intelligence and different cameras and sensors. This way, they can easily track injured people and make rescue operations much more manageable. Medical rescuers can attach an oxygen tank inside TrackReitar Medical so that once an injured person is tracked, the oxygen tank can be used for the wounded as first aid. Along with the oxygen tank are some medical supplies that the wound can also use.


While TrackReitar Medical is tending to the wounded person, it will send a message or signal to the rescuers to quickly locate the injured person and immediately rush them to the hospital for immediate care. And while the other rescuers are busy tending to other wounded individuals, TrackReitar Medical can continuously find more victims and work simultaneously for successful rescue operations.


With the following features of the LeoTronics Medical Aid Robots, it is easy and efficient to use in challenging rescue operations:

  • well-thought-out simple design,

  • possibility to install engines of different power depending on the requirements. For its specifications, the installed motors' power and the installed battery's capacity are set according to the requirements,

  • an easy adaptation of the platform to any payload.

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