|Product type:||Auxiliary Vehicles|
|Name:||Robot, Unmanned Vehicle|
As a key partner in the U.S. Army’s Future Combat Systems (FCS) program, iRobot is developing a next-generation SUGV, a portable, reconnaissance and tactical robot that can enter and secure areas that are either inaccessible or too dangerous for soldiers. SUGV provides real-time intelligence and complete situational awareness while keeping troops out of harm’s way.
Like its big brother, the iRobot PackBot, SUGV is a highly integrated, waterproof and shockproof robot. Weighing less than 30 pounds, SUGV is small, rugged, and modular.
SUGV is small enough to go where soldiers can't or shouldn't.
- Perform dismounted operations like surveillance/ reconnaissance, EOD and route clearance missions
- Dexterous manipulation of objects
- Wearable controller and heads-up display for mobile operations
- Easily climbs stairs and overcomes obstacles
- Rugged design operates in all-weather conditions
- Lightweight and compact, fits in MOLLE pack
- Game-style hand controller reduces training time
- Modular design accommodates optional payloads and sensors
Adaptable and expandable, 310 SUGV accommodates a wide range of payloads and sensors, including a dexterous manipulator. 310 SUGV features a wearable controller, heads-up display and game-style hand controller, making the robot ideal for dismounted mobile operations.
- Sony IXII
- Zoom: 40x (10x optical / 4x digital)
- Resolution: 640 x 480
- FOV: 48° to 5°
- Auto focus/auto iris
- Low light capability (1.5 lux)
- Additional controls: shutter, focus
iRobot Receives $12.7 M Order for SUGV (04.06.2012)
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