Manufacturer: MacroUSA  
Product type: Auxiliary Vehicles  
Name: Robot, Unmanned Vehicle  

The Scorpion tracked robot has a weight of 12 kg. It is equipped with an all-weather camera with visible and IR modes, a microphone and a display on the rear panel. In addition, it is possible to install additional equipment weighing up to 9 kg, for example, NBC contamination sensors, additional cameras. Battery charging enough for 6 hours of continuous operation. Scorpion can move on rough terrain, sand, rocks and overcome various obstacles, including steep climb and stairs. The main missions of this vehicle are visual and audio reconnaissance and surveillance, especially in high-risk environments, inspection of hard-to-reach areas, radiation, chemical and biological reconnaissance of the terrain. The design of the robot is specially reinforced to withstand numerous impacts and vibration.

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