iRobot – The Robot worth purchasing
The current world is facing many dangerous situations like terrorism , smuggling, robbery and many more. It is quite difficult to curb these problems quickly. More difficult job is to have an eye over these activities for public safety. There’s no need to worry people . iRobot Corporation makes accurately engineered robots for you to curb these activities. They provide home solutions too. iRobot Corporation manufactures home robots for vacuum cleaning , floor scrubbing , gutter cleaning and even pool cleaning robots !
You may have seen many types of robot. Their functionality and their looks . But have you seen a robot which can be thrown any way you want and still works ?
There’s iRobot® 110 FirstLook® . This marvel of Engineering is compact , rugged, light-weight and strong enough to survive throws and drops.
This fast crawling machine has many awesome features.
iRobot® 110 FirstLook® is very much compact and portable. It can run six hours straight and equipped with 4 NIR cameras. iRobot 110 FirstLook is almost 2.4 Kg and is 4 inch tall , 9 inch wide and 10 inch long . 110 FirstLook can survive 15 ft drops and is waterproof up to 3.3 ft.
110 FirstLook has many applications like public safety , military and hazardous material detection. You can use it with other accessories for more precise functions.
110 FirstLook can be used for building and road clearance , vehicle inspection , long-term observation , low-light observations and working under confined spaces.
- Cameras : 4 in-built cameras (1 front ,1 rear , 2 sideways )
- Speed : 5.5 kmph
- Battery operation : 6 hours.
- Operating temperature: -4˚ to 131˚ F (-20˚ to 55˚ c)
- Controller : Game-style Controller
- Controller LCD Screen : 5 inch (800 x 480 resolution)
- Other Features : Rugged, rechargeable, water-resistant ,Integrated Radio , Near IR (NIR),Modular Interface , adjustable exposure and gain.
You can watch its working in the video below.
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