Overview of surveillance solutions:
The Red Shirt Robotics family of robots utilizes and advanced connectivity architechture that allows each robot to accept a large variety of camera and observation systems. Combined with quiet, electric stealth running, the RSR family of robots are fantastic for area surveillance.
Aiding in the advanced camera systems, Red Shirt Robotics leverages advanced control systems that act as a force multiplier. In essence, one person is capable of monitering, from a central location, a variety of robots of different types, allowing a much greater network of information to be created. The advantage of our robots over stationary camera systems is that the Red Shirt Robotics family of robots is largely mobile, allowing each robot to be maneuvered quietly into a more advantantagous position for observation.
Red Shirt robots are designed to operate in huge range of hostile temepratures. They never get hungry, cold, hot, thirsty or fatigue. Because of this, they are excellent for field operations in hostile environments where observation of a particular area of interest is vital for mission success. This is also applicable to civilian use-cases where, for example, a rancher may need to moniter a wide expanse of open field or patrol a fence to inspect for breaks. Additionally, private security forces may use the Red Shirt Robotics family of robots for observation of parking lots, industrial buildings, shopping malls and other locations where security may be nessisary.
Also, the Red Shirt Robotics family of robots is designed to work in concert to improve and multiply the effectiveness of each robot in the field. Our T1 UGV can wirelessly network to our upcoming T3 UAV drone, allowing for an "eye in the sky" view of the area of operations. In stationary positions of interest, out T2 Area Denial System may be used to moniter a developing situation, and if the scenario requires, a T1 UGV may be dispatched to gather further information. All of this can happen from the safety and security of a centralized location far away from any danger, protecting operator's lives in potentially dangerous situations.
Shown below: A ranch along the Texas/Mexican board is shown. T2's are used to establish area denial along the river front. When intruders come within observation range of the T2's, a T1 and several T3's are dispatched to aid in the surveillance. The T1's and T2's host lights, cameras, speakers and sirens to help scare off anyone that attempts to cross into the ranch. The T1's and T2's can optionally be armed with either lethal or non-lethal weapons to support introduction when necessary.