The Mitsubishi Fuso Vision I.RQ and HeliDroid have been conceptually designed to help out those in dangerous scenarios where traditional vehicles might not be capable of treading. The vehicles include the two units bound for the land and the sky, which will work together to provide assistance to those who might be in difficult, off-road regions or dangerous ones where crews would be hard-pressed traverse. The HeliDroid would make quick work of locating the survivor and dropping off supplies, while the I.RQ truck could make its way over for land rescue.
The Mitsubishi Fuso Vision I.RQ and HeliDroid is the design work of Tanay Patel, Benoit Tallec, Tsuchide Satoshi, Ryoko Kurosu and Diego Santos, and is likely to influence the future of vehicle designs.
The Mitsubishi Fuso Vision I.RQ and HeliDroid Work in Tandem
1. Collaborative Rescue Robots - Developing rescue robots that work together, such as the Mitsubishi Fuso Vision I.RQ and HeliDroid, could lead to further innovation in rescue operations.
2. Off-road Rescue Vehicles - Creating vehicles capable of traversing dangerous and off-road areas, like the Mitsubishi Fuso Vision I.RQ, could revolutionize how first responders approach rescue missions.
3. Aerial Rescue Drones - Designing unmanned aerial vehicles, such as the HeliDroid, to aid in rescues could enhance the speed and efficiency of rescue operations and inspire further innovation in drone technology.
1. Automotive Industry - The development of off-road rescue vehicles like the Mitsubishi Fuso Vision I.RQ offers opportunities for automotive companies to explore new markets and collaborate with other industries.
2. Robotics Industry - Collaborative rescue robots such as the Mitsubishi Fuso Vision I.RQ and HeliDroid present opportunities for robotics companies to develop new technologies and applications in the field of emergency rescue operations.
3. Aerospace Industry - The development of unmanned aerial vehicles like the HeliDroid could lead to further innovation in the aerospace industry and inspire the creation of drones for various applications.