The conceptual 'Red' construction vehicle has been created to offer a new way to perform tasks when it comes to a wide array of heavy duty applications without the need for too much person power.
The vehicle sports a semi-autonomous design along with "limbs" that can extend and contract to perform an array of different tasks in areas that have varying size constraints. Each of the wheels are outfitted with all-electric motors and feature an all-wheel drive design, which makes it perfect for traversing rugged terrain where other vehicles might not be able to venture.
The conceptual 'Red' construction vehicle speaks to the growing shift towards autonomous vehicles and is also outfitted with 360-degree obstacle detection technology as well as collision avoidance. The vehicle is the design work of Joona Järvinen.
Image Credit: Yanko Design
The 'Red' AWD Vehicle Has a Semi-Autonomous Design
1. Semi-autonomous Construction Vehicles - The rise of semi-autonomous heavy duty construction vehicles with advanced features such as obstacle detection and collision avoidance present opportunities for disruptive innovation in the construction industry.
2. All-electric Heavy Duty Vehicles - The increasing use of all-electric motors in heavy duty construction vehicles allows for more efficient and environmentally-friendly operations.
3. Modular Heavy Duty Vehicles - Modular, adaptable designs of heavy duty construction vehicles such as the 'Red' vehicle offer new ways to perform tasks and maximize productivity on construction sites.
1. Construction Industry - The development of semi-autonomous, all-electric heavy duty vehicles with advanced features presents opportunities for increased efficiency and safety in the construction industry.
2. Automotive Industry - The growing demand for all-electric motors and advanced features in heavy duty construction vehicles presents opportunities for innovation and competition in the automotive industry.
3. Technology Industry - The incorporation of technologies such as semi-autonomous features, obstacle detection and collision avoidance in heavy duty construction vehicles presents opportunities for the technology industry to contribute to the construction sector.