DescriptionBack to top
• Capacity: 5 Kg
• Speed: 3 m/s
• Class of protection: IP53 Drive System: 4 wheels
• Autonomy: 240 minutes
• Batteries: 4x3.3V LiFePO4
• Motorization: 2 brushless motors
• Gradeability: 45º
•6 week lead time required
Introducing the Summit 4WD High Mobility All Terrain Robot. It is adds to the broad range of mobile platforms, bringing extreme usability and low cost. The platform has high mobility and it is ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications and can easily overcome obstacles such as curbs and steps. The mechanical system is equivalent to a 4x4 remote control car and uses a high quality aluminum chassis. The robot can navigate autonomously or teleoperated by using a PTZ camera that transmits video in real time or its advanced sensors (laser range finder, RTK-DGPS, inertial measurement unit, etc.).
The control architecture is open-source and modular, based on Player/stage. This allows the programming and simulation of offline algorithmic and makes it extremely useful tool for teaching and research. To calculate odometry it features an encoder and a high precision angular velocity sensor. The system comes ready with a mounted Hokuyo laser scanner (please select one from the list below) and a location RTK-DGPS kit. It also has internal (USB; RS232, GPIO and RJ45) and external connectivity (USB and 12VDC) to add custom components. The control architecture is open-source and modular, based on Player/Stage. This allows the programming and simulation of offline algorithms and makes it extremely useful tool for teaching and research.
The control architecture is open-source and modular, based on ROS or Player/Stage. ROS framework defines a well organized robot software architecture and includes hundreds of user contributed packages and sets of packages called stacks, that implement functionality as localization and mapping, planning, manipulation, perception, etc. This characteristic simplifies the software development cycle and allows easy integration and reutilization of software components either they are device drivers or state of the art algorithms in vision, SLAM, point cloud processing, grasping, planning, etc.
• Remote monitoring
• Access to hazardous
SpecificationsBack to top
• Protection: IP53
• Traction system: 4 wheels
• Traction motors: 2 brushless motors
• Max. climbing angle: 50°
• Camera: Camera PTZ
• Controller: Open architecture Player/Stage, Embedded PC with Linux Real Time
• Communication: WiFi 802.11n
• Internal connectivity: USB, RS232, GPIO y RJ45
• External connectivity: USB and power supply 12 VDC Back to top