To ensure continuity and interchange ability between the artificial and the natural body, the artificial body (at least in the initial stage of its development) will be close as possible to the natural analogue. At the same time, it will differ in many respects.
As the successor of the robotic systems that exist today, the artificial body will keep the main functions of the machine systems, but they will be modified and improved, in order to meet specific requirements that artificial body will require from them.
Unlike existing humanoid robots that have solid design, the artificial body will approach close to the human body in terms of flexibility, softness, extensibility of the major organs and systems.
The new body will be able to withstand significant temperature changes, atmospheric pressure (or lack thereof), lack of oxygen, the presence of toxic gases and so on.
Such a body would be likely to exist, for example, on Mars or other planets without a spacesuit. (In the future, the use of artificial body will make unnecessarily terraforming of whole planets.)
The life span of the whole body will depends on the length of life of the individual organs, each of which will be different depending on the load and the degree of utilization.
It is envisaged the major organs and systems to have a shelf life of 5 years, then to be replaced with new ones.
Nervous system (in particular the brain/s - the most important organ) must guarantee 50 years work, and then can be replaced with a new one.
Unlike the biological human body, we will strive to reduce the body weight to 20 kg/44 lb (for the female version) and up to 30 kg/66 lb (for the male).
Also we offer a series of innovations:
- ENERGY SYSTEM
- NERVOUS SYSTEM
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