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TurtleBot 2 is a small, low cost open source robot designed for education and research. This personal robot is equipped with a powerful Yujin Kobuki base, netbook, ASUS Xtion PRO Sensor and gyroscope that have been seamlessly integrated to deliver a complete development platform.
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Research Robotics Platforms - Clearpath Robotics With a payload capacity of 1500 kg, OTTO effortlessly moves large items and standard pallets. OTTO 100 With a payload capacity of 100 kg, OTTO 100 is designed for light-load material transport.
OTTO 1500: Autonomously move pallets and racks up to 1500kg
The secret to OTTO's ease-of-use lies within the OTTO Fleet Manager. The OTTO Fleet Manager has been designed using modern technologies, so if you know how to use a tablet, you likely already know how to use OTTO software.
Clearpath Announces Self-Driving Vehicle for Industry: OTTO
Clearpath is an award-winning company with recent awards, including Robotics Business Review Top 50 Company, Edison Award for Innovation, Business Insider Top 40 under 40, and Canada’s Top 100 Employers.
UTM-30LX-EW — Clearpath Robotics
The UTM-30LX-EW is a scanning laser rangefinder that that provides a sensing range to 30 meters with and ethernet interface and a 25 ms scanning rate across a 270° field of view. The UTM-30LX-EW has a protective housing with a rating of IP67, making it suitable for outdoor use.
UST-10LX — Clearpath Robotics
The UST-10LX is a scanning laser rangefinder that provides range readings in a 2D field of view. The Hokuyo lasers are compact and light, making them ideal for mounting on end effectors, aerial vehicles, or small mobile platforms.
Clearpath Robotics raises $30 million to become a Tesla ...
Ontario tech firm Clearpath Robotics has raised $30 million in a Series B round of venture funding to scale up production of its self-driving vehicles.
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