Radio Control Dozer
Radio Control Dozer is an unmanned vehicle remotely operated from a distance with the help of a transreceiver set. This machine is largely deployed for clearing debris in quake-hit areas. It is also used in broad roads at high altitude zones with imminent risk of landslides and handling of hazardous material in nuclear power stations. The dozer provides a method of controlling the machine remotely without physical contact by operator. It enables operator to perform all vehicle operations from a distance at any time from any position. Hence, the radio-control technology when integrated with vehicle makes it possible for deployment in hazardous environment with no risk to the operator. For more information, contact: Mr. Vipin Shukla Scientist 'D' Technology Information Forecasting & Assessment Council, 3rd floor, 'A' Wing, Vishwakarma Bhavan, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, New Delhi-110 016, India Ph: (91)-011-26592714, 26592600 Ext-714 Fax: 26528227 E-mail: [email protected]
Sector: Disaster Management and Mitigation
Country: India
Area of Application: Clearing debris during earthquake, to handle emergency activities during nuclear disaster, to deploy in border roads where landslides is involved.
Keywords: Radio controlled, Dozer
Environmental aspects: Not Applicable
Development Status: Commercial Prototype
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