Multifunctional Robotics Platforms for First Responders

source: U.S. Army

Posted: April 11, 2024

Deadline: April 25, 2024

The Homeland Defense and Security Information Analysis Center (HDIAC) was recently tasked with finding commercial- or government-off-the-shelf multifunctional robotics platforms to assist first responders in day-to-day activities. This would include any combination of hazardous material detection and handling, payload transportation and manipulation, autonomous navigation and mobility, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities, or general enhancements to situational awareness. These platforms must be transportable and operable by 1-2 person teams and fit specific mission requirements. Additionally, platforms marked for use by U.S. Department of Defense components are also of interest.

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