Medical robot makes rounds at Texas Army hospital
Staff Sgt. Juan Amaris laid in intensive care recovering from life-threatening burns when he got a peculiar visit from his doctor. Dr. Kevin Chung - rather, a 5-foot-tall camouflage-clad robot with Chung's face on a monitor...
Mainhart’ presentation of the TATRC funded Robotic Emergency
Medicine and Danger Detection (REMeD-D) project aimed at robotic
rescue of civilian victims of chemical and radiation incidents or
Projects The PACKBOT projects funded by TATRC known as the Bloodhound
and Valkyrie to equip scout robots to locate, assess and extract combat
or civilian casualties and transmit the patient status and any evidence
of chemical or radiation contamination back to the medic via CHARS
(Chemical weapons, Hazardous gas And Radiation Sensors) have been
ACTD Information The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN)
Unmanned Ground Reconnaissance (CUGR) Advanced Concept Technology
Demonstration (ACTD) will demonstrate the military utility of using
a robotic platform in limited access areas for chemical, radiological
and biological detection.
Buddies Explosive ordnance disposal is a dangerous task for anyone
to undertake, but new robots are giving servicemembers more capability
and control while keeping them out of harm’s way.
Robot Grunts Ready for Duty Hunting for guerillas, handling roadside bombs, crawling
across the caves and crumbling towns of Afghanistan and Iraq -- all
of that was just a start.
Throws Out First Pitch At MLB Baseball Game
of the June 2005 Joint Robotics Working Group Meeting in Pittsburgh,
several DOD robots, including the TATRC Robotic Evacuation and Extraction
robots (REV & REX) were on display at the June 7th baseball
game between the Baltimore Orioles and Pittsburgh Pirates where
a robot named S-3 threw out the first pitch.
& Surgical News Article Links
at a Distance Robot surgeons to save lives in remote communities, war
zones, and disaster-stricken areas
& TARDEC Collaborative Robots Program -
download PDF File The OUSD Joint Robotics Program Office, the US Army Medical
Research andMateriel Command (USAMRMC) Telemedicine and Advanced
Technology Research Center (TATRC) and the US Army Tank Automotive
Research Development and Engineering Center(TARDEC) have a joint
program to develop a collaborative, multi-mission, robot team.
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