self-righting

self-right·ing

(sĕlf′rī′tĭng)
adj.
Capable of righting itself when overturned: a self-righting boat.

self-righting

adj
(Nautical Terms) able to right itself after having been capsized
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The SAR 1906 has been developed by Damen in close cooperation with KNRM (Royal Netherlands Sea Rescue Institution), TU Delft and maritime design bureau De Vries Lentsch, as a fast, harbour-based, all weather, self-righting rescue boat.
It seems nature has a self-righting mechanism and the human race is being guided by natural justice to cease doing harmful things and inflicting instability on the rest of the natural world.
The lifeboat station was open between 1830 and 1929 and at this time a 37-foot self-righting rowing boat, the Ramon Cabrera, was on station.
"Self-righting is a critical capability that will only further that purpose."
Contrary to the Gaia theory, which suggests the Earth has a self-righting tendency, he says the feedbacks could push the planet to a more extreme state.
The NAO robot is the world's most popular 'humanoid style' robot offering the ability to speak in 19 languages, make video observations, perform object recognition, respond to QR code directed behaviors, navigate mobility with embedded Sonar, utilize multiple feet sensors to guide balance and movement and self-righting capability.
Other features include magnetic fasteners, self-righting wheel centres with double-R emblems, carbon-fibre frames and Spirit of Ecstasy embossing on the exterior.
The revolutionary lifeboat was designed to be self-righting if overturned in stormy seas.
The boat was designed to be self-righting, but had cables to secure only two crew members.
Responding to the tragedy, in 1851 the then Duke of Northumberland sponsored a competition which led to the introduction of the first self-righting lifeboats.
But even without such services, children may follow the "self-righting trajectory that takes them back on a normative developmental course," which was evident in the study, she added.