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Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Robotic Independent Design Project

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

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I’m studying for my Science class and don’t understand how to answer this. Can you help me study?

his course requires you to prepare and submit an Independent Design Project demonstrating an understanding of robotic design processes, fundamentals, and interactions by designing a simple robot to utilize sensors, central processing, and locomotion/physical interaction.

This module week's assignment is to prepare a 300-word overview of the project that identifies:

  • A perceived need (i.e., mission/use) that could be met through the use of a robotic system.
  • Why such a need exists and how a robotic system would be well suited to perform.
  • Operational domain of the mission (e.g., fixed-position, ground, aerial, water, or exo-planetary/space).
  • Subsystems and critical elements that you propose to include in your design, based on your review of similar systems, and a basic overview of their function (these can change, as your design evolves over the course).
  • At least five supporting reference citations (in current APA format).

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Independent Design Project.
Institution
Date
➢ Introduction to the use of Robotic systems in disaster response
➢ Perceived needs that can be met.
➢ Why the need exists
➢ Operational domain of the robot.
➢ Subsystems of the robot.


Running head: INDEPENDENT DESIGN PROJECT

Independent Design Project.
Institution
Date

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INDEPENDENT DESIGN PROJECT

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Perceived need and why the need exist.
Robotic systems can be used in disaster management and response. Robotic systems can
be used in firefighting, detecting explosives and mines, and locating survivors after a disaster.
Robotics systems should be employed in disaster response since they are more accurate, safe,
and can perform various tasks repeatedly without getting tired (Ramchurn et al., 2016). Disasters
such as the 9/11 attack and hurricane Harvey proved that even rescue works such as firefighters
are at risk and need to be protected. For instance, during the 9/11 disaster response efforts, New
York City lost at least 412 em...

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