Allahyar Montazeri, lecturer in engineering at Lancaster University, informed CNBC through electronic mail Wednesday that the proposed design might take car use in tough terrain to “the next level” – however he famous that the mechanics had been complicated.
“The ultimate challenges … are uncertain parameters of terrain and ensuring the dynamic stability of the vehicle,” he stated. “For example, in a realistic terrain, the vehicle may be challenged by regions causing tip-over, trapped wheels, or loss of traction. Some regions are not traversable at all and others may cause disastrous system failures.”
Montazeri added that the idea demanded a sophisticated design, incorporating components of synthetic intelligence to analyse doubtlessly harmful terrain with minimal motion from the car’s operator.