The Trackbot Tracked Robot
Inspectorbots.com just launched a Rugged, Tracked Robotic Platform called the Trackbot. In addition to having tracks, the Robot has a built-in wide-angle camera, a wireless transmitter and LED headlights. The Trackbot can pan the camera left-right by counter-rotating the tracks. It can beam back a live video feed to an operator in a safe location, while the robot engages the difficult, hostile or lethal situation.
Although this thing only stands 4.5 inches tall, it can see in pitch-blackness and can spend hours crawling through your sewer! With a top speed of 5.8 MPH, a maximum incline capability of 45 degrees and night vision, this is one Bad-Ass Little Bot.
The Super Mega Bot Robotic Platform
Inspectorbots.com just launched a wireless, rugged, Robotic Platform called the Super Mega Bot. This is the big Brother to the Mega Bot. It is faster, stronger, quieter and more capable than the base model Mega Bot. It can rotate in
place, drive up a 35 degree incline or bash down a fortified concrete wall.
The Super Mega Bot or SMB-for short is shipped in RC Mode, but they are often modified and made autonomous by the customer. They are designed to fit many different types of end uses. The SMB is a heavy-duty robot used for industrial applications, which require a high-torque, powerful, and robust platform. It has rechargeable batteries, 16inch diameter wheels and can carry 250 lbs. It is aimed toward the Engineering, Security and the Industrial Inspection markets. Although this thing weighs 240 lbs it can tow a much larger vehicle like a 4700 lb Hummer H3. This is one Bad-Ass Platform.
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