Amphibious robot resembling ‘organic creatures’

Velox is a non-asynchronous robot developed by Pliant Energy Systems (PES), a robot-related company based in Brooklyn, USA.

Based on robotic engineering, PES is developing products with unique shapes such as organic or marine life. Bell Rocks is the same. It has an efficient propulsion system and can be converted to a static thrust. Thanks to its unique structure, as well as its stealth capability, it can go anywhere amphibious. Of course it is possible to communicate various environments. It is also stable and environmentally friendly.

You can swim in the form of squid like underwater in the body of Bellox. On land, they can crawl like worms and go to places like snow or ice. Bellox says it plans to use wireless communications to remotely control, but also to allow autonomous behavior.

The PES is considering supplies such as medical supplies and ammunition to soldiers who are obliged to do their job in an isolated state for the purpose of Belox, or to observe arctic wildlife. For more information, please click here .



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