Bari-Bari-II: Jack-Up Rescue Robot with Debris Opening Function

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This video showcases a rescue robot designed to open narrow spaces, move under heavy debris, and search out and save survivors at a disaster site. The proposed robot has the ability of clearing its own path to pass through. The key is the step structure on its head that enables it to gradually open a 10-mm gap to 250 mm under a 600-kg load. It uses oil hydraulic power synchronized with its forward movement. The validity of the proposed design is verified in the video using a model named Bari-bari-II.

This video showcases a rescue robot designed to open narrow spaces, move under heavy debris, and search out and save survivors at a disaster site. The proposed robot, called Bari-bari-II, has the ability of clearing its own path to pass through. The key is the step structure on its head that enables it to gradually open a 10-mm gap to 250 mm under a 600-kg load.

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