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Daniel Lim Tensegrity Deployable Sensor for Disaster Area
Tensegrity Deployable Sensor for Disaster Area is Platinum Design Award winner in 2021 - 2022 Engineering and Technical Design Award Category.
Tensegrity Deployable Sensor for Disaster Area

Tensegrity sensor for disaster sites, which could be dropped from the sky (drone) to collect data for emergency response crews to examine crucial data such as gas leakage, images, and audios from survivors. Due to the risk, this deployable sensor is especially beneficial when it comes to unapproachable sites by humans. Multiple tensegrity modules stored in a basket under the drone with an automated deployment system are deployed on multiple sites nearby to the region of interest once the drone arrives at the location.

Tensegrity Deployable Sensor for Disaster Area
Daniel Lim Tensegrity
Daniel Lim Deployable Sensor for Disaster Area
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Daniel Lim

I am currently a Ph.D. student in mechanical engineering working on solving challenges in industry using structure optimization. In addition to the engineering works, I also define myself as a designer working on multiple sectors of the product design.