Throwable, Rugged Robot

FirstLook

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FirstLook is a throwable, rugged, and expandable robot that provides immediate situational awareness, performs persistent observation and investigates dangerous and hazardous material while keeping its operator out of harm’s way. FirstLook allows operations where other robots can’t fit or maneuver. This rugged, lightweight robot can be inserted into structures and provides operators with visual, audio, and sensor feedback before entry. The robot climbs small obstacles, overcomes curbs, turns in place and self-rights when flipped over.

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  • Throwable and Rugged

    Weighing 6.6 lb (3kg), FirstLook survives 16 ft (5 m) drops onto concrete and climbs obstacles up to 7” (17.8 cm) high.

  • Highly Maneuverable

    FirstLook climbs obstacles up to 7” (17.8 cm) high, overcomes curbs, turns in place and self-rights when flipped over.

  • Powerful Multi-Sensor Capability

    Four color cameras with zoom and illumination, plus audio capability are integrated into FirstLook. Optional CBRN/ HazMat sensors available.

One Controller for Many Robots

One Controller for Many Robots

FirstLook is controlled by the uPoint® Multi-Robot Control System, featuring a touchscreen-based ruggedized tablet that allows an operator to select from across the family of connected robots. The familiarity of this Android™-based controller results in a significantly reduced learning curve for robot operators. uPoint also benefits from superior wireless communications. The MPU5 radio operating on the Wave Relay® MANET, allows robots to penetrate deeper into complex structures and further downrange than ever before.

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