Robotic Arm for an autonomous Rescue Robot

Raimund Edlinger, Andreas Poelzleithner

Research output: Working paperWorking paper/discussion paper


Rescue robots replace humans for exploring disaster areas with the duty of acquiring information, detecting victims and retrieve dangerous situation. Therefor the robot has to be equipped with many sensors such as cameras and microphones and gyro-sensors. To explore even hard accessible areas of the disaster the robot is equipped with an robotic arm which carries cameras and sensors. This paper describes mechanical design and the kinematic model of the robotic arm.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2009


  • Rescue Robot
  • Robotic Arm


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