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iRobot® 310 SUGV
The backpack-portable robot with dexterous manipulation for dismounted and mobile operations.
Larger than the 110 FirstLook and smaller than the 510 PackBot, the iRobot 310 SUGV provides dismounted EOD technicians and other responders with a highly mobile, 30-pound robot solution that climbs stairs, manipulates objects and speeds down-range at more than six mph.
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Missions
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    Bomb Disposal/ Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)
    iRobot’s unmanned ground vehicle systems have integrated into military and public safety teams to increase the safe-distance for the operator and enable the controlled neutralization of the device.
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    Check Point/Vehicle Inspections
    Military Police or Public Safety officers are often exposed to undue risks when determining if cars and trucks entering, exiting or parked near areas of interest pose a threat to personnel or property.
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    Confined Spaces
    Often direct access into an area of interest is obstructed. These spaces may include tunnels, compromised buildings, damaged vehicles, underground vaults, industrial facilities and numerous other locations that by design or due to circumstance do not offer direct access by a responder, warfighter or engineer.
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    Explosive Detection
    The use and deployment of unmanned ground vehicles enables bomb-squad investigators and Explosive Ordnance Disposal squads to more safely determine the best course of action when encountering a suspected device.
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    Persistent Observation
    The ability to perform long-term, persistent observation to identify the characteristics and elements that may pose a threat or cause harm to individuals and responders is key to mission success.
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    Route/Building Clearance
    The regimented and thorough sweep of a route between points or in a specific area or building is based on predictive intelligence and the ability to identify risks and threats as quickly as possible.
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    Visual Obscurants
    Low or no-light areas, smoke, dust, air-borne debris from explosions or fire can greatly hinder responders’ abilities to perform visual inspections and determine their safety or locate suspicious packages.
  • -
    Explosive Detection
    The use and deployment of unmanned ground vehicles enables bomb-squad investigators and Explosive Ordnance Disposal squads to more safely determine the best course of action when encountering a suspected device.
  • +
    Visual Obscurants
    Low or no-light areas, smoke, dust, air-borne debris from explosions or fire can greatly hinder responders’ abilities to perform visual inspections and determine their safety or locate suspicious packages.
  • +
    Check Point/Vehicle Inspections
    Military Police or Public Safety officers are often exposed to undue risks when determining if cars and trucks entering, exiting or parked near areas of interest pose a threat to personnel or property.
  • +
    Confined Spaces
    Often direct access into an area of interest is obstructed. These spaces may include tunnels, compromised buildings, damaged vehicles, underground vaults, industrial facilities and numerous other locations that by design or due to circumstance do not offer direct access by a responder, warfighter or engineer.
  • +
    Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)/Bomb Disposal
    iRobot’s unmanned ground vehicle systems have integrated into military and public safety teams to increase the safe-distance for the operator and enable the controlled neutralization of the device.
  • +
    Persistent Observation
    The ability to perform long-term, persistent observation to identify the characteristics and elements that may pose a threat or cause harm to individuals and responders is key to mission success.
  • +
    Route/Building Clearance
    The regimented and thorough sweep of a route between points or in a specific area or building is based on predictive intelligence and the ability to identify risks and threats as quickly as possible.
Robot Specifications
The portable 310 SUGV can be easily carried and deployed from a pack. The robot weights 30 pounds and can be made to fit 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.

 

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iRobot’s team of Field Support Engineers (FSEs) is our front-line with you, our customer. More than 50% of our FSEs have used robots in their military careers or serviced robots for public safety, defense, critical emergency and disaster situations. They have the knowledge and tools needed to ensure your robot is mission ready.

 

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