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Gain situational awareness from a distance when responding to emergent or dangerous scenarios.
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Spot provides important situational awareness to responders by going into scenarios first. Its mobility and ease of use allows Spot to be quickly deployed, and its payloads provide incident commanders the information they need to make crucial decisions.
Spot helps reduce the risk to personnel by enabling operators to remotely investigate, assess, and de-escalate tense or hazardous situations.
Establish communication and provide scene reconnaissance.
Investigate and evaluate suspicious items using Spot Arm.
Use optional CBRN sensors to detect hazardous chemicals before sending in operators.
Spot’s agile mobility allows for rapid and safe deployment to an emergent event.
Spot, the agile mobile robot, offers distinct advantages over conventional robots and is quickly becoming the new industry standard.
Minutes to Deploy
Mission ready in under five minutes, Spot helps speed time to target in critical situations.
Spot can carry up to thirty pounds of sensing payloads, which can be swapped in the field to help you get the information you need as situations develop.
Spot can be equipped with standard radios, such as Persistent Systems MPU5, so you can control it from a safe standoff distance.
If you’re interested in learning more about Boston Dynamics or our solutions, reach out to our experts.
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Robotics’ Role in Public Safety
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Legged Robots in Public Safety: How Spot Leads The Way