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Delhi Government Inducts Two Robots in Its Firefighting Fleet

Category : State
Published on: May 24 2022 Share on facebook

  • The Arvind Kejriwal Government has undertaken a unique initiative of using robots for extinguishing fires in the city.
  • These remote-controlled firefighting robots will have greater accessibility to places and will be able to navigate narrow lanes, reach spaces inaccessible to humans and perform tasks too risky for people.
  • At present, the Delhi Government has inducted 2 such robots, if the trial is successful, more such robots will be inducted into the fleet.
  • This machine can be operated remotely from a distance of 300 metres. It will not be affected by fire, smoke, heat, or any other adverse condition.
  • It has a 140-horsepower engine. This robot can run at a speed of four kilometres per hour.
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