Qazvin IAU Deputy of Research and Technology:

Qazvin IAU Engineers Develop Industrial, Rescue & Military Robots

Sunday, October 6, 2019 - 13:51

The Research and Technology Deputy of Qazvin Islamic Azad University has stated that the university is active in manufacturing industrial, rescue and military robots.

In his interview with ISCA News Agency, Farbod Fakhrabadi explained that the smaller size of the Quadro (Q1), an electric automobile, known as the Quadricycle, weighs less than 400kg that is working with the Maximum power of driving force (15kw) without requiring battery pack.

He declared that reducing environmental pollution and traffic congestion in metropolitan areas as well as providing comfortable driving, are some advantages of Quadricycle; also added that localizing such technologies requires necessary infrastructure.

Fakhrabadi introduced an industrial robot, designed by Qazvin IAU Mechatronics Research Laboratory, with 5-DOF robotic arm that can lift 700g load. In comparison with its foreign sample, the robot costs more reasonable which includes 240 degrees rotation, automatic basis for users’ safety, carrying people up to 150 kg, equipping with a pager to alert the user and having a Microswitch to secure the safe area as well.

Qazvin IAU Research and Technology Deputy also spoke of the features of the manufactured rescue and military robots in this university and noted that searching for injuries, finding the fastest route to take the injured to the safety, technical inspection of buildings, detecting dangerous and suspicious objects, carrying military equipment automatically, transporting land mine and detecting and displacing explosives are some distinctive aspects of these robots.


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