710 Warrior

Manufacturer: Endeavor Robotics  
Product type: Auxiliary Vehicles  
Name: Robot, Unmanned Vehicle  

Warrior is a multi-mission robot that carries heavy payloads, travels over rough terrain and climbs stairs.

  • Versatile - Highly configurable, 710 Warrior is designed to meet the demands of dangerous situations.

  • Rugged - Suitable for indoor and outdoor use, 710 Warrior maintains mobility on tough terrain, in urban environments and in all weather conditions.

  • Expandable - 710 Warrior accommodates a wide range of payloads and accessories, enabling multiple missions.

The multi-mission, modular robot with superior power.

With an advanced digital architecture and a sturdy platform that carries heavy payloads, 710 Warrior performs a variety of critical missions.

Why 710?

Superior speed, strength and mobility.

Travels 8 mph and carries payloads in excess of 150 pounds, including up stairs and over rough terrain.

AwareŽ 2 software

Facilitates easy configuration, training and support.

Modular payload integration

Includes standard power and Ethernet interfaces on all ports.

Easy to transport

Loads in the trunk of a car. No expensive, specialized equipment or vehicles are necessary.

iRobot 710 Warrior is highly configurable to meet the demands of real-world situations:

  • Explosive Ordnance

  • Disposal Remote Detection

  • Route Clearance SWAT

  • Reconnaissance

  • Building Clearance

  • Breaching Missions

  • Heavy Lifting

  • Industrial

  • Applications Nuclear

  • Applications

Powered by Aware 2 robot intelligence software, the 71 robot and Operator Control Unit accommodate a wide range of payloads and accessories that enable multiple missions.

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