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CWA 137357 provides recommendations to enable technical interoperability (hardware, software) between urban search and rescue (USaR) robotic platforms and the equipment, sensors and tools that are attached to them. This CWA also provides guidance on the principles for enabling USaR robotic platforms (various types of them such as drones, snake-like, robots with wheels, legs, etc.) to operate in all ground search environments. In this way a generic platform can be adapted, designed and built for any possible search and rescue (SaR) scenario on the ground. The CWA is for use by organizations responsible for designing, manufacturing, configuring, customizing and maintaining USaR robotic platforms, tools, equipment and sensors (e.g. drones, snake-like robots, mobile robots with wheels, cameras, lasers, environmental analysis sensors, etc.). The CWA is also for use by integrators and providers of SaR support systems in general. The CWA is of interest to first responder organizations, operators of the USaR systems, public authorities and end-users in the field dealing with USaR mission organization and execution. The CWA is also of interest in the procurement of USaR platforms.
|Engelse titel||Urban search and rescue (USaR) robotic platform technical and procedural interoperability - Guide|