EMILY help me pleaaase!!!
A new lifeguard is now standing on Malibu Beach, California. Pamela has been replace by EMILY (Emergency Integrated Lifesaving Lanyard), a robot. For sure less sexy but safer.
The robot is made by the society Hydronalix and costs 10 000 dollars each and can be deployed in rescue missions at sea, waiting for people to be rescued by a boat.
Technical side, EMILY has an autonomy of 100 hours of standby time (4 days) and 518 minutes in patrol mode at a speed of 8 km / h. Its top speed can reach 64 km / h (hard to beat by swimming) and the battery is used in 35 minutes at this speed.
The robot weighs 11.3 kg and measuring 1m37 in length to 40 cm in width and 20 cm thick. E.M.I.L.Y. can carry up to 7 kg of material and more on his back and has a buoyancy of 36 kg.