How did you come up with this idea?
In the Name of God-“Whoever saves one – it is as if he had saved mankind entirely” 
By hearing news about sunken people in Caspian Sea on the north of Iran, we thought about finding a solution for saving lives of humans who were drowning in the sea. According to statistics of our country, during the last 8 years, 46500 people have been in drowning situations in the Coast of the Caspian Sea and from this amount more then 1100 have died. For solving this problem, at the first step, we made a surface marine robot of beaches after manufacturing and testing it successfully, we thought of manufacturing a robot with higher capabilities that would be able to act in operations quickly and precisely and we came up with the idea of a flying rescue robot. Our main purpose of making this robot is to save human lives. It is necessary to mention that before building the robot, we sent the idea of the robot to the first national congress of savior robots in Gorgan which was held by Red Crescent organization. The Pars robot was chosen as the “best idea” of the congress and this encouraged us to build the robot.
Pars is an Aerial robot which is designed and made for saving human lives. The first purpose of building the robot is the relief of people drowning near coastlines. By developing its applications, it can be used in ships and off shore reliefs. It can also be used in other applications such as monitoring of marine and off shore structures, recording films and pictures from dangerous path ways for rescue missions, precise positioning and monitoring of off shore disasters.
The designed robot uses new technologies for guidance and navigation. Some of the technologies used are artificial intelligence, sound and image processing, autopilot search and rescue and a wide combination of sensor technologies. The robot is very simple and also very applicable and can play a significant role in saving the injured people.
Pars is designed in a way that it can quickly move towards drowning people by user guidance and activate its savior system. This system releases life tubes for the drowning ones. Considering that many people drown all over the world every year, this robot can decreases the duration of rescue operations and can save many lives.
Applied innovations in the design:
1-The robot has the Ability to save more than one life simultaneously at a mission; for example, if several people were drowning at the same time, this robot could send life tubes to each one very quickly.
2-The robot is waterproof and it can land on the sea surface. When the robot faces an accident or in low battery situations it lands on sea, to prevent further damages to the robot.
3- So far 3 pads have been considered for the robot that gives it the ability to save 3 lives; by using chemical materials for bloating the life pads, the pads can be increased to more than 15 in number.
4-The robot uses artificial intelligence for accurate analysis of its condition.
5-The robot uses FLIR heating camera for recognition of the injured at night and also uses LED lightening for its own recognition at night.
6-It is simply installed and applied in different parts related to marine issues, from coastline to installation in the ships and oil platforms.
7-The robot is controlled from a central control cabin. In ships the robot has special platforms and is controlled from the ships control cabin. In case of an accident there is no need for starting up the robot, it launches from the applied platform and is always ready for flying.
8-The robot can track its path by GPS positioning and at the end of its mission it can come back home without the need of user guidance. After returning, it lands on its platform and starts charging its batteries.
What are the main customer benefits compared to existing solutions?
1-Surface marine robots for rescue at coastlines: The Emily robot which was made in Switzerland and known as one of 50 best inventions by the Times Newspaper in 2010  is a good example. Using such a device is efficient but Pars has advantages compared to surface marine robots that are mentioned below:
-Pars gives us a great vision from above that makes it a great option for search missions especially at night.
-Pars has a very high maneuver compared to marine robots.
-Pars can be easily used in different situation and places.
-Pars has no difficulty reaching the injured when the coastline is too crowded or in bad weather conditions.
2-Boats and ships for rescue at coastlines. Using such devices are efficient but they can have difficulty when the coast is crowded or it may take more time using such devices.At the first moments of the disaster Pars can be sent to the incident to do initial aid until the lifeguards arrive. The robot helps rescuers to have better control of the situation and its role is to promote the saving operation.
3-Airplanes and Helicopters: Using such devices for coastline rescue is not appropriate but they can be used for long distance rescue missions or for other aid like relocating injured person.
4-Simple manual control and guidance of the robot, in a way that each person without having high technical education is able to learn how to work with it within a few days and do the saving operations.
5-The robot is Low weighted and is simply transported.
6-The robots operation doesn't depend on coastline conditions as like a stormy sea or a crowded sea (many people swimming in the coastline).
7-Simple and quick access to the accident location: for instance, if a person falls from high coastline rocks in to the sea, saving the person might take a lot of time but by using this robot the time will decrease and on the other hand we will camera images from the robot that will help us estimate the depth of the tragedy and necessary equipment’s needed.
8-The robot can be used in crises management for investigating the strength of a catastrophe and saving the injured. One of the most important applications of Pars is in floods, in such a disasters the robot can save lives, do search missions and give feedback of the new situation to the rescue team.
Aim groups and customers:
1- Relief & saving Organizations, as like Red Cross and Red Crescent
2- Lifeguard Federations
3- Marine security companies
4- Oil and gas industries for investigation of marine structures
5- Oil and gas industries for marine relief missions
6- Coastline police
7- Ship owners and ship makers
8- Firefighting organizations
10- Crisis management organizations
 Holy Quran Surat Al-Mā’idah Ayah 32.
2-Industrial Water Sampler Robot
The robot concept:
The water sampler is made up of two robots: 1- A robot that measures water parameters 2- A robot that takes water samples
To measure water parameters, the robot is dropped into the water, it moves to the depth of the water with its motor and measures data from the water like the PH of water, the exact density of the fluid, the amount of nitrate in the water, water temperature, dissolved oxygen and chlorine levels. The Robot records all the data and when it gets to the surface, it sends the entire data to the operator wirelessly.
The second robot takes water samples in to containers for Closer examinations in the lab. (This is done after the first robot does its measuring and according to the information gained from it. This stage is done on the customers demand.
What is new or unique with this idea?
1-The robot has a lower density then water so when a problem occurs in the robots function like circuit problems that might disable the movement of the robot, the robot will come back to the surface of the water automatically.
2- The measuring robot works automatically and is capable of measuring the essential data needed to obtain the quality of the water.
3- The robot records video of damaged wells and dams and it can show the exact depth of the robot according to where it is in the video.
4- The water sampler robot takes water samples from different depths of the water for measuring water parameters.
5- Both of the robots are easily transported and they are user friendly
6- A prominent feature of the robot is that it can be used every were as like in dams, lakes, wells and oceans and so on.
7- The robot can give the user a large range of information essential for
knowing the water quality.
8- Both robots measure the density of the water precisely and use the calculated density, in the formulas of calculating the depth and speed of the robot. (The density of water is different in seas, lakes…)
what has been done:
A prototype of the robot has been designed and built. The prototype is capable of automatically taking water samples at different water depths and also calculating the density of the water with high precision.
3-Unmanned Surface Vehicle for beach rescue
The robot is used to save human lives in marine disasters especially at sea coasts, the drowning person can be thrown on the vehicle and brought back to the coast.