After an earthquake, the maximum survival of victims is only about 3 days. In other accidents, for example avalanches,
even a few minutes or hours.
For such disaster scenarios, we developed a rescue drone in a BMBF funding project at the OTH Regensburg, which can locate buried survivors under up to 6 meters of rubble.
This is done using a bio-radar that detects the breathing and heartbeat of the victims.
Our flight robot is also able to quickly search large areas and reach places that are not accessible to human helpers.
In order to be usable under these conditions, the system must be able to land on uneven ground, have a flight time of one hour, or under adverse conditions Weather conditions can be used, can perform his tasks automatically and, above all, be absolutely fail-safe thanks to redundant systems.
This makes the flight robot a safe and reliable tool for the emergency services. The ScaraBot flying robot is developed by a team of scientists from the sensor application center and experienced industrial engineers. In order to make our flight robot available for a broad, general application, we founded ScaraBot Technologies GmbH together.
With its properties, the Scarabot flight robot is, in addition to disaster protection, also perfectly suitable for fire brigades, THW and authorities, for example for operational overview,
Investigation or missing person search, in the surveying for land and building surveying and in industrial use, for example for partially or fully automatic inspections.
Our systems can use a wide variety of sensors and make their data streams available in real time for evaluation. The Scarabot flying robot will save lives in disaster areas. Our work makes sense for this, but also for many other applications.
Drones are nowadays an instrument available to everyone. There are small and portable ones to take photos, there are large ones for the transportation, there are for scientific use and there are some for military use, among other
Here at ScaraBot Technologies we focus on developing and providing drones to help people. From the industry to rescue. We dedicate ourselves intensely to inform ourselves what needs currently exist in these areas. Therefore, our portfolio is focused on this purpose.
We are continually developing and improving our products so that the future is closer every day.
Our patented freeflow arms design of strong and light carbon fiber provides the desidered robustness along with a light weight.
Industrial power electronics made in house. Production capabilities in big amount thanks to our colaboration with HerSi electronics.
Our computer team is specialized in different branches. From communication systems, programming in embedded systems and experts in gnu linux systems. We have a long journey behind us implementing engine controllers, working with BMS, with flight controllers. Our team is capable of implementing almost anything. Put us to the test.
An engineer is never happy. There is always room for improvement, even for the roughest and most competitive products. That is why our team works night and day to satisfy our clients with improvements of all kinds.
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Subsidiary - HerSi
HerSi Electronic Development is a german company specialized in Electric drives for e-mobility, hybrid and flight systems. HerSi provide the high end electronic to the ScaraBot Technologies products. All our products are designed,
developed and manufactured in Germany.
ScaraBot and HerSi parnership offers the possibility to build and integrate almost any system on the market.
The ScaraBot team is composed of high level, experienced industrial professionals and science researchers coming from several branches.
High and low level Software programmers, researcher from the OTH and University, experienced constructors, experts electronic developers.