Sarcos Guardian S - Confined Space Inspection Robot

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  • Product Description

      Ideally suited for commercial, industrial, public safety and defense applications, the Guardian™ S robot delivers extended run times and long-range wireless operations, making inspections and remote surveillance more safe and effective than ever before.

      The Guardian S robot is a robust, multi-purpose, man-portable mobile IoT platform that carries multiple sensor payloads, providing real-time information while keeping the human operator out of harm’s way. Optimized for unstructured and unpredictable environments, the Guardian S robot is designed specifically to navigate uneven, challenging terrain and to access small, confined spaces. With the capability for safe tele-operation from remote locations, the Guardian S robot goes where humans either can’t or shouldn’t go.

      Multi-purpose, man-portable mobile IoT platform

      • Built-in sensor module gathers real-time information
      • Able to transport 10-pound sensor payload while traversing a horizontal surface
      • Flexibility to add task-specific sensors via sensor mounts

      Two-way, real-time video, voice, & data communication

      • Built-in, enhanced WiFi and radio connection between the OCU and robot
      • Built-in LTE (at 700 MHz operation) for future cloud-based services
      • Two-way audio between OCU and robot (half duplex PTT)
      • Audio signals and video streams encrypted using state-of-the-art 256-bit AES encryption

      All-terrain, state-of-the-art visual surveillance

      • Tele-operates and traverses challenging terrain: stairs, pipes, tanks, culverts, and vertical ferromagnetic surfaces
      • Slim form factor enables access to confined spaces (7” diameter openings)
      • Up to 12 hours of surveillance time or a 3-mile travel range
      • High resolution visual inspection enabled by six 4k cameras with digital zoom and autofocus