Cayman small-sized UGV has a mass of 26 kg. It was created in 2014. Each of the four track flippers has electric motor drive. When folded, the two rear tracks rotate and fix along the body, and the two front tracks along the already folded ones. An unusual design solution allows the robot to climb up to 55° and move along the side slopes up to 50°. The maximum speed is 6-8 km/h, the payload is up to 20 kg, the continuous operation time is 3 hours.
The kit includes a wide-angle camera with backlight and a microphone. To improve visibility, a second camera can be installed on the mast (it can be folded into the body, and can climb to a height of up to 35 cm). The range of the remote control system in line of sight is 1 km or 300 m in the city building. The operator uses a special small-sized remote control unit or a laptop-type computer. As an additional equipment for the robot company Tecdron offers a panoramic video camera with a x36 zoom, a thermographic camera, a laser rangefinder, and CBRN sensors.