Only nimble feet and responsive minds can do something substantial to avert or curtail the extent of destruction, when disasters strike without warning. Conceived by Taiwanese product designer Jurmol Yao, the Hatchet is a concept helicopter which would accelerate rescue operations in such damage-hit areas. The concept UAV, as visualized by the designer, would flaunt a six-rotor design for superior maneuverability and stability. So, be it a mid- or a low-altitude location, the Hatchet will ensure to reduce casualties during a calamity.
The automatic chopper would transport victims to safer areas in a jiffy. Thanks to onboard equipment, such as Infrared Scanning Imager, Instant Photography Messaging system and a Ground Control System, Hatchet promises to be a low-risk and restrictions-free unmanned aerial vehicle. Further, it would feature easy to change modules so that it could undertake diverse rescue assignments with extreme ease.