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Paform Emergency Transporter to Support Search and Rescue Operations

For decades, natural disaster strikes human being with no sign and prediction, causing a huge impact around the world. By taking inspiration from the major disasters happened in recent years, a multi-terrain crawler transport has been designed to provide relief and ease the situation for the victims and support the rescue team during the rescue operation.


Paform, an autonomous transporter inspired by pangolin has been designed to aid the rescue team like China International Search and Rescue (CISAR) to perform the rescue operation in any situation and environment. Designed by Jex Chau, this futuristic vehicle offers the team a quick response and a multi‐function robot to transport food, shelter, medical supplies or utility vehicles into the disaster areas.


Designer : Jex Chau


Paform Emergency Transporter by Jex Chau


Paform Emergency Transporter by Jex Chau



Powered by a solar reactor with water powered system, PAFORM can operate 24/7 without charging and also can sustain itself. In addition, with the aid of the robotic legs and magnetic claws features on the body, PAFORM is capable to work on all‐terrain in any circumstances.


Paform Emergency Transporter by Jex Chau


Paform Emergency Transporter by Jex Chau


Paform Emergency Transporter by Jex Chau


Paform Emergency Transporter by Jex Chau


Paform Emergency Transporter by Jex Chau


Paform Emergency Transporter by Jex Chau


Paform Emergency Transporter by Jex Chau


Tuvie has received “Paform Emergency Transporter” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.







Paform Emergency Transporter to Support Search and Rescue Operations is originally posted on Tuvie


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