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This All-Terrain, Self-Driving Emergency Response Vehicle Is a Disaster-Relieving Beast

This All-Terrain, Self-Driving Emergency Response Vehicle Is a Disaster-Relieving Beast

This is the ANT by Ferox, an all-terrain Advanced Necessities Transporter or a six-wheeled humanitarian aid vehicle with two modes of transport. Modeled after an actual ant, this first response aid vehicle transports food, water, medical supplies, and shelter to disaster-stricken areas or even war zones.

Operating an ANT is versatile as it can be piloted, remotely piloted, or driven autonomously. It also can work independently or collaboratively and navigate hazardous and rough terrain. An ANT can even survive without any human intervention. Should a problem arise, the ANT has the ability to “self-assemble and self-repair, and protect against immobilization” and ultimately stay the course.



Each ANT is equipped with electricity and a clean water generator. Its rapid response to transporting supplies comes in two modes – rapid travel and heavy load transportation. So, its design allows it to transition to being light, efficient, and agile to hearty and robust.

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