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Robots Will Replace the Guards
September 26, 2013 23:26


The first robot patrol appeared in “Sokolniki” in September.

Automatic surveillance systems that can capture the image and transmit it to the desk of the officer on duty, as well as to respond to the motion, started working in the capital.

The robots “Tral Patrol” are created in “Skolkovo”. The first security guard of this type  works in the “Sokolniki” park in September. The robot has a tracking camera installed on its top that sees to the distance of 80 meters, and its viewing angle makes up 360 degrees. If the camera notices something moving in front of you, for example a person, a car or a large dog, it automatically focuses the lens on the object and starts tracking it. The operator sees what the robot sees via Wi-Fi and decides whether to send the guards to the place of this movement or not.

The robots will be able to work at any time of the year at the temperature from minus 20 to plus 40 degrees. They have four wheels with rear drive. The device weighs 120 kilograms and moves at walking speed - 5-7 kilometers per hour.

The apparatus can move not only on the asphalt surface, but on the grass, forest trails or snow.

The robot has been tested in the green zones of Zelenograd, including in winter, and proved its efficiency even in the conditions of cold and snow drifts.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Robots Russian Science Sokolniki park   

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