Concept Design: Extreme Weather Rescue Vehicles


Concept Design: Extreme Weather Rescue Vehicles
Concept Design: Extreme Weather Rescue Vehicles
Concept Design: Extreme Weather Rescue Vehicles
Concept Design: Extreme Weather Rescue Vehicles
The Extreme Weather Rescue Vehicles, a series of concept designs by Phil Pauley, would carry out rescue attempts in regions hit by disastrous weather conditions.

The sturdy vehicles would be able to navigate through deep floodwater and around physical obstacles, unlike conventional trucks and emergency vehicles.

The primary objective of the vehicles would be to rescue endangered and injured individuals, offering both safe shelter and access to communications.

The fleet of vehicles would be equipped with auxiliary generators to provide power to other vehicles and devices and would contain charging stations for mobile devices such as phones, cameras and power tools.

The Extreme Weather Rescue Vehicles – powered by electricity – would also have their own solar array to generate their own power.

Onboard Wi-Fi hotspots and satellite facilities would provide constant connectivity along with screens for accessing the internet, news and weather broadcasts.

Intelligent design features including cameras, integrated alarm systems and an array of sensors would help drivers avoid collisions with debris.


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