Armor & Mobility

MAY 2016

Military magazines in the United States and Canada, covering Armor and Mobility, focuses on tactical vehicles, C4ISR, Special Operations Forces, latest soldier equipment, shelters, and key DoD programs

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510 PackBot: The man-transportable PackBot, deployable in less than two minutes, can reach speeds of up to 5.8 mph, overcome stairs, obstacles and debris, supports numerous disruptors and a broad array of sensors that deliver predictable intelligence in real-time. PackBot climbs grades up to 60 degrees, is submersible in three feet of water and is operational in all weather environments. The game-style controller makes the robot easy to use. 710 Kobra: The 710 Kobra can reach as high as eleven feet, easily climb stairs, ft through doorways or down aisle-ways and deploy from the back of a standard SUV. Able to reach speeds of 8 mph while carrying 150-pound payloads, the 710 Kobra maintains mobility on rough terrain in all weather conditions. 110 FirstLook: The 110 FirstLook is light, small and stores in a compact load-out. The robot weighs 5 pounds and is 10 inches long, 9 inches wide and 4 inches tall. It can survive 16 foot drops onto concrete and is waterproof up to 3 feet. Maneuverable in a variety of environments, FirstLook climbs obstacles up to 7 inches high, overcomes curbs, turns in place and self-rights when fipped over. 310 SUGV: The portable 310 SUGV can be easily carried and deployed from a pack. The robot weights 30 pounds and can be made to ft into packs with 9 inch by 28 inch clearances. Equipped with wide-angle color, IR and zoom cameras, SUGV can maintain on-task and on mission for up to four hours. The SUGV manipulator can lift as much as 15 pounds and also supports numerous disruptor solutions. For more information, contact T : +1 781 430 3090 E : sales@EndeavorRobotics.com W : www.EndeavorRobotics.com ©2016 Endeavor Robotics. All rights reserved. PackBot is a registered trademark of Endeavor Robotics. iRobot is a registered trademark of iRobot Corporation and is used with permission. Multi-Mission / Mission-Ready More than 6,000 delivered worldwide www.endeavorrobotics.com (formerly known as iRobot ® Defense and Security)

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