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Thread: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material handling robotic crane for Bomb squads)

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    Photo 32 Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material handling robotic crane for Bomb squads)

    Description: It might be just a box of tools or a suitcase someone lost, either way suspicious unattended packages are reason enough to clear Airports, Shopping malls or the whole neighborhood. But while most humans are evacuated from the potential blast zone, one team is doing just the opposite. They are coming in for a closer look! And yes, you guessed it.

    It is the Bomb squad. But the men in the bomb squad dare not get too close! In the past, they would have been forced to risk their lives inching ever closer to a device that could detonate at any moment. But now, they need not put their life at stake. It is time to change working the dangerous way. That is, by hand!

    All thanks, to a brave machine; the “Bomb disposal robot” (BDR). By making use of this remote controlled unmanned robot, the lives of the bomb squad crew safe. Working up to half a mile ahead of the man juggling the joystick on the operator control unit, the BDR is busy trying to diffuse the bomb in the best way possible. The Robots first job is to get up and personal to the site, no matter the terrain. Once it has reached the objective, built in cameras help the crew get a heads up on what is considered potentially dangerous and initiate steps to handle the situation. The brain of the robot is the control unit. That is where the bomb squad operates from. The arms, cameras, mobility, everything is controlled by an operator.


    The Robot consists of the following components:


    Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material handling robotic crane for Bomb squads)






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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material handling robotic crane for Bomb squads)

    it was good.
    can you please explain working of those robots sent into space for detection of clay of that corresponding surface, measuring temperatures, amout of humidity, etc.?
    thank you.

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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material h

    PLEASE TELL WHETHER WE HAVE TO USE MICRO CONTROLLER TO CONTROL THIS? IF YES WHICH TYPE MUST BE USED

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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material h

    this is a good idea bt can u suggest me about the parts and tools used to make it means how could iget those things

    THANK YOU

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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material h

    can we trace out the bombs when it is activated........reply

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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material h

    its simply good ,it will be more useful if u provide the more data up on this project

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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material h

    Really ,awesome modern techonoogy have been used.but would you tell me one thing,is this robot will work in water or Boggy area.if yes ,then how??
    Thank you

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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material h

    very nice idea and concept....... please give some more details........

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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material h

    can i get presentation slides of this project

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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material h

    Very good idea........

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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material h

    Please send me the complete details of this project plsss..............................

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    Re: Mechanical Engineering Project: Bomb Disposal Robot (Remote controlled material h

    sir can you tell me the working of this project..........

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