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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Page 9 of 35 8 | May 2016 | Armor & Mobility | Unmanned Tech Solutions Industry Partner Endeavor Robotics Endeavor Robotics, the largest independent robotics company wholly dedicated the defense, public safety, and industrial markets both at home and abroad. By Jonathan Lesser, Endeavor Robotics, Inc. E ndeavor Robotics is the largest independent supplier of battle-tested UGVs to customers worldwide. Across our family of robots, ranging from 5 to 500 lbs, we have delivered more than 6,000 tactical unmanned vehicles to protect those in harm's way. Endeavor Robotics brings an established leadership team with decades of experience in the mobile robot industry, the best roboticists who collaborate with end-users to develop robots for worldwide markets, and veteran field service engineers who keep you in the fight. Legacy Experience and Teaming: Innovation and dedication to customer support run deep at Endeavor. The same team that pioneered the development and delivery of some of the world's most widely-fielded UGVs through iRobot Defense & Security, has become Endeavor Robotics. American made with an international footprint, Endeavor's nimble structure collaborates with our American and international partners to meet mission needs, quickly innovate robotic solutions, and field customer- driven, next generation capabilities. Operating autonomously and independently, our veteran team brings unmatched engineering excellence, manufacturing reliability, and leading Program of Record support to the front line. Saving Lives: Our mission at Endeavor Robotics is to protect people in harm's way. Since the original deployments of our robots to Ground Zero, NYC, to the first fielding of unmanned ground robotics with U.S. forces in Afghanistan, to current deployments around the world, our dedication to the mission has never wavered. No other robot company can match Endeavor Robotics' battle-hardened experience. For more than 15 years, through iRobot Defense & Security and now as Endeavor Robotics, we have worked hand-in-hand with customers and industry partners to field and support robotic solutions. We never stop innovating and are hard at work developing the next generation of robotics. Customer-First Focus: Our most important metric is the success of our customers' missions. American based and independent, Endeavor has the great f lexibility to adapt to government and industry customers' needs. Endeavor is committed to work with open architecture standards, industry leaders and government partners to deliver the most reliable, simplest to integrate and easiest to operate robot solutions. Systems Focus: 110 FIRSTLOOK ® The Endeavor Robotics 110 FirstLook is an expandable, lightweight robot that provides immediate situational awareness, performs persistent observation and investigates dangerous and hazardous material while keeping its operator out of harm's way. • Can survive 16 ft (4.9 m) drops onto concrete • Weighs ~5 lbs (2.4 kg) and is 10" long, 9" wide and 4" tall (10.2 x 22.9 x 25.4 cm) • Stores in a compact loadout • Waterproof up to 3 feet (0.9 m) Multi-Packaged for Multi-Mission Endeavor Robotics robots provide the following mission and capabilities, and features: Missions • EOD/CIED • CBRNe Subterranean/Confined Space • Special Operations/Emergency Response • Surveillance/Reconnaissance • Industrial • Law Enforcement Capabilities • Locate, interrogate and render safe • Investigate, identify, monitor and sample for hazardous substances • Communications, navigation, mapping, chemical identification • Advanced situational awareness, multi-media assessments and recording • Inspections, thermal analyses, routine and emergency investigations Key Features | Functions • Secure, encrypted transmissions for data and two-way audio • Multi-observer capability • Remote operations with expandable mesh network • Native autonomous and semi-autonomous behaviors • Controlled stair ascent and descent (climbing) • Door breaching • Location/environment mapping and retro-traverse • Robot control via Android™ application and software updates • Integration of wide variety of sensors, tools and payloads • Mission critical rapid repairs and multiple warranty options

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