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July 18, 2008

RoboTurk – Unmanned Aerial Disaster Emergency Video System

at 6:28 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Computer Hacks, Insane Equipment

 

RoboTurk is a great example of technology being used to help save lives. It uses Microsoft technology at the core to perform some very complex tasks.

"RobotTurk is a prototype Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) equipped with a camera that is capable of streaming live video of disaster struck areas to ground command stations. The helicopter carries onboard an eBox compute-unit that runs Microsoft Robotics Studio, allowing the robot to execute specific command issued by ground statation or to auto-fly or safely land. The ground stations utilizes Windows Server 2008 Media Services that capture, process and streams video. The disaster coordination users utilizes Microsoft Virtual Earth as a mapping tool and Silverlight streaming to show the overlaid video on the maps."


 

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3 Responses to “RoboTurk – Unmanned Aerial Disaster Emergency Video System”

  1. therian Says:

    this is commercial ?

  2. Rahul Says:

    It is very nice ,because using this type system we easily help
    in future time

  3. Rahul Says:

    can you give all information
    how it is work
    how to controlled and also tell me distance of controlling
    camera working process

    this all information send my E-mail ID- rahul_rpe@yahoo.com

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