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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8486 Rescue 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Honda A robot which can be deployed for search and rescue operations following factory disasters, has been unveiled by researchers from car company Honda.The giant Japanese corporation is developing the bright orange robot, E2-DR, has the ability to grasp bars, walk up stairs, squeeze through narrow gaps and walk upright or on all fours.The prototype robot is the result of two years work and is described as flexible, string and waterproof.It can handle a variety of different potential issues to its mechanism like to found in a disaster zone situation such as moisture, dust and extreme temperatures.Grease is used to keep contaminants out of its joints.The E2-DR stands 1.68 meters high and weighs 85 kilos.Honda has kept the robot???s size to a minimum .This includes using optical fibre cables, eight times smaller than standard communication cables , for its operation,It can squeeze through gaps as narrow as 30 cms gaps and can swivel 33 degrees of freedom.The robot is able to operate in temperatures between 10c and 40c using a special cooling technology to prevent it from overheating. There are air ducts in the prototype???s torso with internal fans to promote ventilation. Heat producing hardware on the exterior of the ducts maximise cooling using thermal conducting sheets and fans inside the ducts.The robot???s head contains laser range-finders alongside a couple flight cameras, a single monocular camera, plus a stereo camera that work with a light projector. An essential level of dexterity has been achieved by equipping each hand with additional cameras and a 3D sensor.The robot is equipped with 1,000wh battery allowing it to operate for 90 minutes on full charge. The company acknowledges the E2-DR prototype needs more development before it becomes viable. The current priority is teaching the model to handle collisions while separately developing a system for the
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8486 Rescue 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Honda A robot which can be deployed for search and rescue operations following factory disasters, has been unveiled by researchers from car company Honda.The giant Japanese corporation is developing the bright orange robot, E2-DR, has the ability to grasp bars, walk up stairs, squeeze through narrow gaps and walk upright or on all fours.The prototype robot is the result of two years work and is described as flexible, string and waterproof.It can handle a variety of different potential issues to its mechanism like to found in a disaster zone situation such as moisture, dust and extreme temperatures.Grease is used to keep contaminants out of its joints.The E2-DR stands 1.68 meters high and weighs 85 kilos.Honda has kept the robot???s size to a minimum .This includes using optical fibre cables, eight times smaller than standard communication cables , for its operation,It can squeeze through gaps as narrow as 30 cms gaps and can swivel 33 degrees of freedom.The robot is able to operate in temperatures between 10c and 40c using a special cooling technology to prevent it from overheating. There are air ducts in the prototype???s torso with internal fans to promote ventilation. Heat producing hardware on the exterior of the ducts maximise cooling using thermal conducting sheets and fans inside the ducts.The robot???s head contains laser range-finders alongside a couple flight cameras, a single monocular camera, plus a stereo camera that work with a light projector. An essential level of dexterity has been achieved by equipping each hand with additional cameras and a 3D sensor.The robot is equipped with 1,000wh battery allowing it to operate for 90 minutes on full charge. The company acknowledges the E2-DR prototype needs more development before it becomes viable. The current priority is teaching the model to handle collisions while separately developing a system for the
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8486 Rescue 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Honda A robot which can be deployed for search and rescue operations following factory disasters, has been unveiled by researchers from car company Honda.The giant Japanese corporation is developing the bright orange robot, E2-DR, has the ability to grasp bars, walk up stairs, squeeze through narrow gaps and walk upright or on all fours.The prototype robot is the result of two years work and is described as flexible, string and waterproof.It can handle a variety of different potential issues to its mechanism like to found in a disaster zone situation such as moisture, dust and extreme temperatures.Grease is used to keep contaminants out of its joints.The E2-DR stands 1.68 meters high and weighs 85 kilos.Honda has kept the robot???s size to a minimum .This includes using optical fibre cables, eight times smaller than standard communication cables , for its operation,It can squeeze through gaps as narrow as 30 cms gaps and can swivel 33 degrees of freedom.The robot is able to operate in temperatures between 10c and 40c using a special cooling technology to prevent it from overheating. There are air ducts in the prototype???s torso with internal fans to promote ventilation. Heat producing hardware on the exterior of the ducts maximise cooling using thermal conducting sheets and fans inside the ducts.The robot???s head contains laser range-finders alongside a couple flight cameras, a single monocular camera, plus a stereo camera that work with a light projector. An essential level of dexterity has been achieved by equipping each hand with additional cameras and a 3D sensor.The robot is equipped with 1,000wh battery allowing it to operate for 90 minutes on full charge. The company acknowledges the E2-DR prototype needs more development before it becomes viable. The current priority is teaching the model to handle collisions while separately developing a system for the
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8486 Rescue 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Honda A robot which can be deployed for search and rescue operations following factory disasters, has been unveiled by researchers from car company Honda.The giant Japanese corporation is developing the bright orange robot, E2-DR, has the ability to grasp bars, walk up stairs, squeeze through narrow gaps and walk upright or on all fours.The prototype robot is the result of two years work and is described as flexible, string and waterproof.It can handle a variety of different potential issues to its mechanism like to found in a disaster zone situation such as moisture, dust and extreme temperatures.Grease is used to keep contaminants out of its joints.The E2-DR stands 1.68 meters high and weighs 85 kilos.Honda has kept the robot???s size to a minimum .This includes using optical fibre cables, eight times smaller than standard communication cables , for its operation,It can squeeze through gaps as narrow as 30 cms gaps and can swivel 33 degrees of freedom.The robot is able to operate in temperatures between 10c and 40c using a special cooling technology to prevent it from overheating. There are air ducts in the prototype???s torso with internal fans to promote ventilation. Heat producing hardware on the exterior of the ducts maximise cooling using thermal conducting sheets and fans inside the ducts.The robot???s head contains laser range-finders alongside a couple flight cameras, a single monocular camera, plus a stereo camera that work with a light projector. An essential level of dexterity has been achieved by equipping each hand with additional cameras and a 3D sensor.The robot is equipped with 1,000wh battery allowing it to operate for 90 minutes on full charge. The company acknowledges the E2-DR prototype needs more development before it becomes viable. The current priority is teaching the model to handle collisions while separately developing a system for the
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8486 Rescue 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Honda A robot which can be deployed for search and rescue operations following factory disasters, has been unveiled by researchers from car company Honda.The giant Japanese corporation is developing the bright orange robot, E2-DR, has the ability to grasp bars, walk up stairs, squeeze through narrow gaps and walk upright or on all fours.The prototype robot is the result of two years work and is described as flexible, string and waterproof.It can handle a variety of different potential issues to its mechanism like to found in a disaster zone situation such as moisture, dust and extreme temperatures.Grease is used to keep contaminants out of its joints.The E2-DR stands 1.68 meters high and weighs 85 kilos.Honda has kept the robot???s size to a minimum .This includes using optical fibre cables, eight times smaller than standard communication cables , for its operation,It can squeeze through gaps as narrow as 30 cms gaps and can swivel 33 degrees of freedom.The robot is able to operate in temperatures between 10c and 40c using a special cooling technology to prevent it from overheating. There are air ducts in the prototype???s torso with internal fans to promote ventilation. Heat producing hardware on the exterior of the ducts maximise cooling using thermal conducting sheets and fans inside the ducts.The robot???s head contains laser range-finders alongside a couple flight cameras, a single monocular camera, plus a stereo camera that work with a light projector. An essential level of dexterity has been achieved by equipping each hand with additional cameras and a 3D sensor.The robot is equipped with 1,000wh battery allowing it to operate for 90 minutes on full charge. The company acknowledges the E2-DR prototype needs more development before it becomes viable. The current priority is teaching the model to handle collisions while separately developing a system for the
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8486 Rescue 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Honda A robot which can be deployed for search and rescue operations following factory disasters, has been unveiled by researchers from car company Honda.The giant Japanese corporation is developing the bright orange robot, E2-DR, has the ability to grasp bars, walk up stairs, squeeze through narrow gaps and walk upright or on all fours.The prototype robot is the result of two years work and is described as flexible, string and waterproof.It can handle a variety of different potential issues to its mechanism like to found in a disaster zone situation such as moisture, dust and extreme temperatures.Grease is used to keep contaminants out of its joints.The E2-DR stands 1.68 meters high and weighs 85 kilos.Honda has kept the robot???s size to a minimum .This includes using optical fibre cables, eight times smaller than standard communication cables , for its operation,It can squeeze through gaps as narrow as 30 cms gaps and can swivel 33 degrees of freedom.The robot is able to operate in temperatures between 10c and 40c using a special cooling technology to prevent it from overheating. There are air ducts in the prototype???s torso with internal fans to promote ventilation. Heat producing hardware on the exterior of the ducts maximise cooling using thermal conducting sheets and fans inside the ducts.The robot???s head contains laser range-finders alongside a couple flight cameras, a single monocular camera, plus a stereo camera that work with a light projector. An essential level of dexterity has been achieved by equipping each hand with additional cameras and a 3D sensor.The robot is equipped with 1,000wh battery allowing it to operate for 90 minutes on full charge. The company acknowledges the E2-DR prototype needs more development before it becomes viable. The current priority is teaching the model to handle collisions while separately developing a system for the
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8486 Rescue 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Honda A robot which can be deployed for search and rescue operations following factory disasters, has been unveiled by researchers from car company Honda.The giant Japanese corporation is developing the bright orange robot, E2-DR, has the ability to grasp bars, walk up stairs, squeeze through narrow gaps and walk upright or on all fours.The prototype robot is the result of two years work and is described as flexible, string and waterproof.It can handle a variety of different potential issues to its mechanism like to found in a disaster zone situation such as moisture, dust and extreme temperatures.Grease is used to keep contaminants out of its joints.The E2-DR stands 1.68 meters high and weighs 85 kilos.Honda has kept the robot???s size to a minimum .This includes using optical fibre cables, eight times smaller than standard communication cables , for its operation,It can squeeze through gaps as narrow as 30 cms gaps and can swivel 33 degrees of freedom.The robot is able to operate in temperatures between 10c and 40c using a special cooling technology to prevent it from overheating. There are air ducts in the prototype???s torso with internal fans to promote ventilation. Heat producing hardware on the exterior of the ducts maximise cooling using thermal conducting sheets and fans inside the ducts.The robot???s head contains laser range-finders alongside a couple flight cameras, a single monocular camera, plus a stereo camera that work with a light projector. An essential level of dexterity has been achieved by equipping each hand with additional cameras and a 3D sensor.The robot is equipped with 1,000wh battery allowing it to operate for 90 minutes on full charge. The company acknowledges the E2-DR prototype needs more development before it becomes viable. The current priority is teaching the model to handle collisions while separately developing a system for the
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8486 Rescue 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Honda A robot which can be deployed for search and rescue operations following factory disasters, has been unveiled by researchers from car company Honda.The giant Japanese corporation is developing the bright orange robot, E2-DR, has the ability to grasp bars, walk up stairs, squeeze through narrow gaps and walk upright or on all fours.The prototype robot is the result of two years work and is described as flexible, string and waterproof.It can handle a variety of different potential issues to its mechanism like to found in a disaster zone situation such as moisture, dust and extreme temperatures.Grease is used to keep contaminants out of its joints.The E2-DR stands 1.68 meters high and weighs 85 kilos.Honda has kept the robot???s size to a minimum .This includes using optical fibre cables, eight times smaller than standard communication cables , for its operation,It can squeeze through gaps as narrow as 30 cms gaps and can swivel 33 degrees of freedom.The robot is able to operate in temperatures between 10c and 40c using a special cooling technology to prevent it from overheating. There are air ducts in the prototype???s torso with internal fans to promote ventilation. Heat producing hardware on the exterior of the ducts maximise cooling using thermal conducting sheets and fans inside the ducts.The robot???s head contains laser range-finders alongside a couple flight cameras, a single monocular camera, plus a stereo camera that work with a light projector. An essential level of dexterity has been achieved by equipping each hand with additional cameras and a 3D sensor.The robot is equipped with 1,000wh battery allowing it to operate for 90 minutes on full charge. The company acknowledges the E2-DR prototype needs more development before it becomes viable. The current priority is teaching the model to handle collisions while separately developing a system for the
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8486 Rescue 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Honda A robot which can be deployed for search and rescue operations following factory disasters, has been unveiled by researchers from car company Honda.The giant Japanese corporation is developing the bright orange robot, E2-DR, has the ability to grasp bars, walk up stairs, squeeze through narrow gaps and walk upright or on all fours.The prototype robot is the result of two years work and is described as flexible, string and waterproof.It can handle a variety of different potential issues to its mechanism like to found in a disaster zone situation such as moisture, dust and extreme temperatures.Grease is used to keep contaminants out of its joints.The E2-DR stands 1.68 meters high and weighs 85 kilos.Honda has kept the robot???s size to a minimum .This includes using optical fibre cables, eight times smaller than standard communication cables , for its operation,It can squeeze through gaps as narrow as 30 cms gaps and can swivel 33 degrees of freedom.The robot is able to operate in temperatures between 10c and 40c using a special cooling technology to prevent it from overheating. There are air ducts in the prototype???s torso with internal fans to promote ventilation. Heat producing hardware on the exterior of the ducts maximise cooling using thermal conducting sheets and fans inside the ducts.The robot???s head contains laser range-finders alongside a couple flight cameras, a single monocular camera, plus a stereo camera that work with a light projector. An essential level of dexterity has been achieved by equipping each hand with additional cameras and a 3D sensor.The robot is equipped with 1,000wh battery allowing it to operate for 90 minutes on full charge. The company acknowledges the E2-DR prototype needs more development before it becomes viable. The current priority is teaching the model to handle collisions while separately developing a system for the
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8486 Rescue 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Honda A robot which can be deployed for search and rescue operations following factory disasters, has been unveiled by researchers from car company Honda.The giant Japanese corporation is developing the bright orange robot, E2-DR, has the ability to grasp bars, walk up stairs, squeeze through narrow gaps and walk upright or on all fours.The prototype robot is the result of two years work and is described as flexible, string and waterproof.It can handle a variety of different potential issues to its mechanism like to found in a disaster zone situation such as moisture, dust and extreme temperatures.Grease is used to keep contaminants out of its joints.The E2-DR stands 1.68 meters high and weighs 85 kilos.Honda has kept the robot???s size to a minimum .This includes using optical fibre cables, eight times smaller than standard communication cables , for its operation,It can squeeze through gaps as narrow as 30 cms gaps and can swivel 33 degrees of freedom.The robot is able to operate in temperatures between 10c and 40c using a special cooling technology to prevent it from overheating. There are air ducts in the prototype???s torso with internal fans to promote ventilation. Heat producing hardware on the exterior of the ducts maximise cooling using thermal conducting sheets and fans inside the ducts.The robot???s head contains laser range-finders alongside a couple flight cameras, a single monocular camera, plus a stereo camera that work with a light projector. An essential level of dexterity has been achieved by equipping each hand with additional cameras and a 3D sensor.The robot is equipped with 1,000wh battery allowing it to operate for 90 minutes on full charge. The company acknowledges the E2-DR prototype needs more development before it becomes viable. The current priority is teaching the model to handle collisions while separately developing a system for the