The conceptual 'Bend' unmanned vehicle has been created as a solution for industrial environments to help with agricultural, construction and research tasks where rugged capabilities are essential.
Designed by Maya Prokhorova, the 'Bend' features durable wheels that are crafted from scrap metal, which makes them simple to repair and replace when required. The main body of the vehicle is designed as a ball-socket joint that enables it to traverse just about any terrain and be used in a wide array of different ways.
The 'Bend' unmanned vehicle speaks to the growing need for autonomous solutions that can aid workers in their roles to eliminate them from being put in harms way to get the job done. The vehicle sports an electric design that would enable batteries to be swapped out to keep it running for extended periods.
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