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A real-life 'RoboCop'?–
The K5 robot, developed by a company in Sunnyvale, Calif., is designed to be a surveillance robot for law enforcement.
Failed Carbon Motors founder back with robot security guard–
A company in California has developed a mobile robot, known as the K5 Autonomous Data Machine, as a safety and security tool for corporations, as well as for schools and neighborhoods.
The Robot Revolution–
The Robot Revolution! The Travel Channel visits iRobot to see their newest inventions. Need help funding Police Robots? iRobot has partnered with PoliceGrantsHelp.com to offer free grant assistance so your department can get funded to purchase the products you need.
Robot could tackle dangerous situations–
Footage of a remotely controlled robot that could help law enforcement with dangerous tasks.
Surveillance robot for cops–
Video demonstrates this surveillance robot's ability to climb stairs and obstacles.
POWER HAWK Unmanned Operations with the F6A Robot–
The Power Hawk F6A is the perfect tool for forcible entry, rescues and remote cutting.
RoboteX Avatar Micro–
Doug Wyllie talks with Eric Ivers of RoboteX about their portable and rugged RoboteX Avatar personal safety robot.
Capabilities of ARA Pointman Tactical Robot Tested for Austin, Texas Use–
The Applied Research Associates, Inc. (ARA) Pointman Tactical Robot was tested by police in Texas for possible deployment in Austin. The robot climbs and descends stairs, pushes doors open and is so rugged it can be thrown through a window. The robot has two cameras, the operator can monitor the live video, and it would be an asset for patrol officers. Departments would be able to send the robot into potentially dangerous areas before sending in an officer, which would eliminate the cost and time that calling SWAT requires.
Pointman Tactical Robot - Surveillance for Police SWAT and Military–
Pointman is a compact and fast deploying tactical robot that keeps the operator at a safe standoff distance while providing video surveillance of multi-story structures, facility perimeters, and vehicles in first responder, SWAT and military settings. Pointman provides daylight and lowlight video in a robust and highly mobile platform. The robot moves quickly over level terrain and negotiates obstacles and climb stairs. The camera boom assembly lies flat allowing Pointman to conduct inspections under vehicles including automobiles, commercial vehicles, and aircraft. Common uses High risk warrants Standoffs and/or barricaded suspect Under vehicle inspections Delivery system (cell phone, food, etc) Inspection of contaminated zones Lessen danger to team in all situations