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QinetiQ North America developed in the past a family of EOD robots, the Talon, and leveraging this experience it produced the Dragon Runner family whose smaller member, the Dragon Runner 10, fits in the throwable category and is designed for reconnaissance and surveillance missions.
With a low-cost throwable microphone, conference organizers can transform the perpetually awkward running back-and-forth of the microphone into an efficient and entertaining party.
ReconRobotics created an entirely new class of military robots in 2007 when it introduced the throwable 1.
The throwable Recon Scout XT protects warfighters by providing immediate situational awareness and greater standoff distance during dismounted patrols and compound-clearing operations.
In addition to valuable information, the DBC helps show-goers find new boats on the show floor priced below $250 per month including boat, motor, trailer, dealer prep, freight, tax, title, canvas cover and safety equipment (anchor and 150' of anchor line, two dock lines, six personal floatation devices, one throwable device, fire extinguisher, distress flag, horn/whistle, flare kit and marine battery).
Represents first significant order of company's small, light and throwable robot
MobileFusion will present its solution, the SmartFusion platform, integrated with the ScoutNode, a throwable, 360-degree tool outfitted with six different sensors that creates automatic target detection.
May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Pat Churchill's life has never been the same after her husband, Jack Hodge, brought home the Personal Retriever(TM), a throwable rescue device that goes farther, faster and is safer than any other product on the market.
The company introduced prototypes of the iRobot FirstLook[TM] unmanned ground vehicle, a small, light, throwable robot, and launched its new Scooba 230 floor washing robot through the company's website.
In addition to valuable information, the DBC helps show-goers find new 2007 boats on the show floor that are priced below $200 per month and will include boat, motor, trailer, dealer prep, freight, tax, title, canvas cover and safety equipment (anchor and 150' of anchor line, two dock lines, six personal floatation devices, one throwable device, fire extinguisher, distress flag, horn/whistle, flare kit, and marine battery).
A small, light and throwable robot, 110 FirstLook provides hasty situational awareness, performs persistent observation and investigates confined spaces.