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1 Center for Intelligent Systems Research OzBot, OzTug, PoleCam Saeid Nahavandi (Alfred Deakin Professor) Director - Centre for Intelligent Systems Research Deakin University - Australia

2 OzBot

3 OzBot is a ruggedised mobile platform designed for domestic law enforcement and defence applications Provides first-responder capability for tactical reconnaissance or mission critical tasks Suitable for both urban and unstructured terrain including missions that require a stair climbing capability OzBot

4 OzBot - Tele-op controller All functions of the remote platform are accessed using the portable hand-held controller

5 OzBot - Tele-op controller Features: includes dual simultaneous video streams, full duplex bi- directional audio, illumination settings and control interfaces for attached auxiliary devices

6 OzBot – Basic Motion

7 OzBot - Applications Can be deployed for under-vehicle and site inspection at major events or stand-off detection and evaluation of hazardous substances using auxiliary sensing equipment.

8 Infrared cameras can easily be added to perform remote thermal analysis Analysis of an individual or vehicle. Two systems can be deployed with X-ray equipment capable of scanning a suspect package. OzBot - Applications

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10 OzBot - Stair Climbing ability

11 OzBot Family

12 OzBot - Technical spec. Vehicle weight: 18kg (standard config) Vehicle dimensions: 694 x 462 x 143mm LWH On-board Video: Colour CCD, B&W low-light camera + illumination Battery: 1 Primary LiPo, 2 External LiPo (optional) 2hrs general use†, 6hrs stationary observation† Speed: km/hr, proportional control

13 Communications: Wireless 128-bit encryption (multiple frequencies available) Wireless Range: 500m LoS† 200m urban environments† 100m within building† Payload: Up to 20kg (<50kg with limited mobility) OzBot - Technical spec.

14 Chassis: Aluminium, stainless steel drive components Drive: High torque, low noise DC gear-motors Auxiliary Bay Connector: External Video inputs, digital i/o, external firing circuit, microphone/speaker connects + more OzBot - Technical spec.

15 OzTug OzTug is a heavyweight mobile platform designed for manipulating large loads

16 Developed for demanding conditions, the OzTug platform is suited to military/law enforcement, aviation and industrial applications OzTug

17 OzTug can operate in tele-operated, semi- autonomous, or fully autonomous modes An onboard vision system allows for line following capability can be added to OzTug for semi-structured manufacturing or aviation environment (optional)

18 OzTug - Capabilities Able to tow rolling loads in excess of 4000kg An intelligent on-board battery management system allows operators to know exactly how much power is remaining

19 Aviation: Towing Small aircraft from docking bays Positioning Air baggage containers, cargo on airside Under aircraft inspection OzTug - Applications

20 Military/Law enforcement: Towing UAVs to and from runways and docking bays Towing suspect objects, vehicles into safe areas OzTug - Applications

21 OzTug - Technical spec. Vehicle weight: 75kg (as standard) Vehicle dimensions: 600 x 400 x 350mm LWH Vision System: Colour Tracking CCD camera + illumination Battery: 2 Internal Heavy duty Lead-Acid Batteries, 3 hrs general use†, 6hrs stationary observation†

22 Speed: 0-4 km/hr, proportional control Towing Capacity: Up to 3000kg Chassis: Steel Plate, stainless steel drive components Drive: High torque, low noise DC gear-motors Tow Coupling: Standard 50mm ball (custom device couplings available) † Typical values. Individual results will vary according to use OzTug - Technical spec.

23 Penetrating spear-head inspection and reconnaissance tool Displays video to handheld unit Can punch through walls and ceilings Javelin PoleCam

24 Total Length: m Battery Life:2hrs with illumination†, 3hrs without illumination† Weight:PoleCam 1.3kg Viewer 0.4kg Charge time:1hr† Packaging:Shoulder bag Connectivity: Standard viewer, direct connect to tEODore Aux. video input † Typical values. Individual results will vary according to use Javelin - Technical spec.


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