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B.E.A.R. Robot

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Lauren Thiede

on 11 February 2014

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Transcript of B.E.A.R. Robot

rescue robots
The robot is B.E.A.R. that stands for Battlefield, Extraction - Assist Robot.
What B.E.A.R. does
The B.E.A.R. can be controlled remotely by a special glove that captures motion or specially equipped rifle grip.
Gary Gilbert, who manages TATRC (Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center) helped fund the deployment of Vecna technologies' humanoid bear
This B.E.A.R. Robot helps in many different uses.
Examples: For the army-
to helps assists injured soliders
Shipping-
carrying boxes from port to port
sources
http://www.northwestmilitary.com/news/focus/2010/12/northwest-military-ranger-airlifter-newspaper-JBLM-robots-on-battlefield-rescue-wounded-troops-battl/

http://www.erratica.us/234.html

http:///www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rdRxV-qn3w

http:///www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC6PluC5kIg

http://www.technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=703
B.E.A.R Robot
About Bear
How B.E.A.R. Transforms
How B.E.A.R.'s body helps people
1. the Teddy bear's face is designed to reassure people
2. the upper body carries up to 227 kgs (500lbs)
3. wheels are designed for different surfaces
4. The Dynamic Balance Behavior (DBB) allows the robot to stand and carry loads on its ankles, knees, or hips.
"Our goal with the battle lab testing is to get the technology in the hands of the soldiers through simulations or live exercises, and derive from their feedback what tactics, techniques and procedures are appropriate for deploying it." Gilbert said.
Goal
Thank you for listening to our presentation on B.E.A.R. Robot we hope you have enjoyed it and noticed how wonderful this invention is and technology is slowly forming the mind of children with ceenbOts all over the country
Why We Chose B.E.A.R.
We chose to do our presentation on B.E.A.R. because when we were looking for inventions that help people, we found a robot with a teddy bear face and we intregeed
By: Nyanar, Sami, and Lauren
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