Most of us leave 5th grade knowing copper is a good conductor of heat, but not many of us leave knowing that spider silk is. In fact, none of us do, until now. But, as it turns out, spider's silk is a better conductor of heat than copper.
Most robots can get around pretty well as long as your floor is flat and smooth, but they're pretty useless in a demolished building full of rubble. Spiders seem to be able to go anywhere, so this robot uses its spider like form to go places where other robots can't reach.