South Korea’s Institute of Civil-Military Technology Cooperation has developed a military rescue robot for casualty extraction task.
The new rescue robot is equipped with electric actuators for the casualty extraction task on the battlefield. ICMTC is testing these robots so that they can be soon used to rescue wounded soldiers under fire without risking additional lives.
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