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Climate change caused by global warming is one of the causes of increasing natural disasters in our country as well as all over the world. Due to its location, our country is a country that has lands where natural disasters such as earthquakes, avalanches, and floods occur, and where difficulties are experienced in terms of transportation in many regions. There are great difficulties in identifying the victims of disasters in the depths of the ruins formed after the earthquake. Another problem is that the voices of the victims cannot be heard due to the noisy environment during listening to the environment in the disaster area. In natural disasters such as avalanches and floods, the presence of the rescue teams on the field to save the disaster victims poses a vital risk and a waste of time may occur. It is difficult to identify the victims trapped in the dents in the mines, and besides, the inability to detect the harmful gases in the environment threatens the health of the rescue teams and the victims. It is a life-threatening situation for our security teams that possible traps cannot be easily detected while trying to identify the members of criminal organizations hiding in trenches, caves, and tunnels. For this reason, it is more convenient to use remote-controlled or autonomous vehicles to collect detailed information about the relevant regions in military operations as well as natural disasters and to make good use of time in areas where rescue teams and search and rescue animals are not able to enter or are at risk of entering. In this study, a remote-controlled amphibious vehicle was designed to meet the need to obtain environmental information by providing transportation to the related environments by land, water surface and air.

Multi-functional amphibious vehicle, Wireless control, Design

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