The Guardian S robot is available in a magnetic version designed to climb ferromagnetic walls and carry up to a 5 lb payload, vertically.
Once a mission is complete, the operator can retrieve captured data via the OCU and save it to an external USB drive. The robot also supports optional cloud computing functionality.
Yes, the Guardian S robot is equipped with six (6) 4k color cameras providing 360-degree continuous imaging capabilities. The operator can capture still images or record video streams via the OCU.
The Guardian S robot can be customized with an optional high-resolution infrared camera.
The base model of the Guardian S robot is equipped with six (6) 4K color cameras, providing 360-degree continuous imaging capability. Additional cameras, including an infrared camera can be added for additional cost.
The operator controls and communicates with the Guardian S robot via the hand-held Operator Control Unit (OCU), which uses Wi-Fi or optional wireless radio links (multiple ISM bands or LTE).
The unique flexible design of the Guardian S robot allows it to sidewind and bend in the center, up to a C-shape, allowing it to climb steep terrain and navigate around corners. The magnetic version of the Guardian S can climb ferromagnetic walls.
The unique design of the Guardian S robot allows it to roll left or right 360 degrees to avoid obstacles or right itself if it tips over. Additionally, an anti-roll feature automatically adjusts the robot’s movements to alleviate tipping over during motion.
The robot weighs approximately 17 lb (7.7 kg). The magnetic version weighs approximately 18 lb (8.2 kg).
Three (3) hot-swappable 14.4 V lithium-ion batteries power the Guardian S robot. The batteries can be fully charged in approximately three hours.