CRASARCenter for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue (University of South Florida)
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CRASAR director Robin Murphy took the robots to New York as soon as the attacks occurred.
Over the next 11 days, the CRASAR teams made five insertions onto the massive rubble piles, often interrupted when safety concerns forced an evacuation.
While CRASAR robots helped find five victims and another set of remains, Murphy expresses regret that they had not been more successful.
The Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue (CRASAR) at the University of South Florida hosted on 2-3 August 2003 the first summer field institute for scientists working, or wanting to work, in the field of rescue robotics.