As the project enters its final year, INACHUS partners are eager to show our progress so far and gather feedback in our 3rd Pilot, which marks the first demonstration of the integrated INACHUS system. This will be a hands-on, interactive day, where USaR professionals are invited to test the system.
INACHUS aims to aid many USaR processes, from victim detection and localisation, to wide-area situational awareness, structural failure prediction as well as coordination of large-scale response missions. INACHUS tools and prototypes to be demonstrated include:
Robot Snake controller and user interface.
- Sensors/radars for detection of signs of life: slight motions, vibrations under the rubble, various gases, body heat
- Camera, microphone, speaker
Radar system to detect motion through the rubble.
Seismic sensors with a heat map interface pinpointing the detection location, allowing users to visualize the source of sounds.
Common Operational Picture tool integrating data from other tools to improve sense making.
INACHUS Portal and Mobile Application aiding coordination, prioritization and decision making.
If you are interested in attending this demonstration on April 20, please contact Maureen Weller at firstname.lastname@example.org.