Touch to drive is an innovative technology we are bringing to the table for our ReadySight™ robots. Controlling the robots in this way means they can be easily operated with zero special training.
What you’re doing is looking at the video feed sent to your phone by your ReadySight robot and then tapping the screen in the location you want the robot to drive to.
That’s it, the ReadySight robot takes care of the rest with its robust suite of sensors.
Even the best networks encounter lag, and often responders are operating in an area with poor signal quality. Imagine trying to control a robot with your thumbs on a smartphone screen with even a half second of lag. You’ll have driven past your target before you even had the opportunity to do anything about it.
Touch to drive eliminates this problem.
See an opening to a doorway you want to drive through? Tap the opening and your robot will go there.
Not only does this make your ReadySight robot easy to operate, it makes it safer as well.
If you are hyper focused on controlling your robot with precision inputs you won’t be aware of what is happening around you. This defeats the purpose of a situational awareness robot.
We packed enough technology into this little robot to ensure that isn’t the case.
ReadySight robots are smart as hell and capable of enough autonomous operation to make sure you are getting the information you need without losing yourself to driving it.
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We knew we wanted the ReadySight™ robot to be small enough to be portable, so that it can be carried every day. We also knew that it was going to be put up against obstacles that we couldn’t predict and that was a problem.
Some very smart people did a lot of math and came up with a design that could get the job done.
The ReadySight robot is incredibly dynamic. Nearly the entire body of the robot moves when it’s in motion, this makes it difficult for it to get hung up on objects so it can stay on the move.
The tires are wide to aid in traction and the tapered paddles pull double duty, helping ReadySight robots dig into terrain and absorbing the shock from drops and throws. It’s also quick, moving at a quick walking pace.
So ReadySight robots are agile, but how strong are they?
High torque motors allow ReadySight robots to lift itself up over terrain it wouldn’t otherwise be able to just roll over.
Every part of our ReadySight robots, from the incredible technology packed within its frame, to the very design of its body was designed with one thought in mind. How can what we build help professionals with dangerous jobs do those jobs better, and safer.
Our mission has been built into our products.
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