|Outdoor Range (LOS)||137||m|
|Indoor Range (NLOS)||45||m|
|Drop Shock Resistance||9.1||m|
|Max Obstacle Climb||5||cm|
Designed to withstand repeated drops of up to 30 feet (9 m) onto concrete, the robot can be thrown into hazardous situations in order to allow operators to quickly make informed decisions when seconds count. This micro-robot is designed to be able to crawl over a variety of terrain, clearing obstacles up to 2″ (5 cm) tall.
Its design ensures it lands upright in pretty much any situation where it hits a flat surface, and once deployed it can stealthily move under furniture, cars, or other cover and beam back live video to a command station 1,000 feet away. It is designed to be controlled by an operator working alongside it via a simple joystick control that also sports a small display that provides a 'bots'-eye view.
Describes the background of the project, the design considerations, and technology assessment. Has a user evaluation and goes in to the technical details and features.
Website contains more specifications, accessories, and a media gallery. Also has the option to get a demo.