The small and handheld Ci360 can be situated through small cracks to easier detect trapped victims in hard-to-reach places.

Ci360 is a small radar (no bigger than a tennis ball) created to be mounted in a snake robot or on a telescopic stick to search for survivors in collapsed buildings.

This product is still in development. 

Ci360 is Cinside’s RobotRadar contribution to the EU-project INACHUS.

In the stand-alone version it is called StickRadar.

INACHUS derives from the project name Technical & Methodological Solutions for Integrated Wide Area Solution Awareness & Survivor Localisation to Support Search & Rescue Teams.

INACHUS is a partnership that Cinside has participated in since 2015. The partnership has been carefully selected to form a balanced consortium regarding all aspects including R&D (8), public entities (3), large companies (3) and SMEs (6) from 9 EU member states and 2 associated countries.

Crisis incidents result in difficult working conditions for Urban Search-and-Rescue (USaR) crews. INACHUS aims to achieve a significant time reduction and increase efficiency in USaR operations. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration.

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