These robots can gather information and use that information to decide, then follow through on that decision. They can accomplish a variety of tasks, such as object identification, traveling to coordinates, following designated objects, and more.
This is a 4WD IG42-SB platform that is set up for outdoor positioning and autonomous navigation. The ATR robot is powered by an on-board CubePilot system that's built on top of the versatile and open source ArduPilot software suite. Replaces TP-600-455.
A compact Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) that's offers the flexibility of a viper in both development and design. Capable of creating it's own path in both known and unknown areas. SLAM and other sensors allow for accurate obstacle avoidance!
This robot is equipped with powerful wheelchair motors. The default configuration has a speed of 272 fpm and a payload of up to 200 lbs. With different configurations, speed can range from 255 to 408 fpm and payload can rage from 100-200 lbs.
An Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) that offers the flexibility of a viper in both development and design. Capable of creating its own path in both known and unknown areas. SLAM and other sensors allow for accurate obstacle avoidance!