HARV gives soldiers a robot’s-eye view

February 14, 2008

While combat robots are certainly capable with their current systems of control, people of Chatten Associates seem to think they can make things better, and they are now their alleged spying HARV (chief Intended Remote Viewer) system as a potential Alternative. Who is a gimbal-video system mounted on the robot itself, which is twinned with some glasses equipped gyro, which allows the robot to look around, where the soldier moves his head. Of course, they do not stop there things with the installation by providing a 36x optical zoom, night vision and other benefits that explains Chatten can improve performance by 300% to 400%. As if that were not enough, the firm appears now hard at work on an updated system set for delivery to the army next year you add a thermal imager, higher resolution, and laser range – Among other things, they’re probably not willing to tell us. Head over after the break a video of the system in action.
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