Demand Grows for Live-Fire Robotic Targets

 

RMP Marathon Targets Australia’s Marathon Targets plans to more than double the number of live-fire moving trainers for the Australian Army by the end of the year.

Marathon’s systems are developed on both the Segway RMP 200 and RMP 400.

The objective is to train soldiers to shoot live ammunition at human-like moving targets before heading into actual combat situations.

  • Would you like to know more? Check out the full article on The Marine Corps Times.
  • Download Marathon’s Smart Target Spec Sheet
  • Watch Marathon’s Smart Target Videos
  • For more information on Segway’s full line of Robotics Mobility Platforms (RMPs), please contact us.

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Manu Systems AG® To Resell Segway® Inc.’s Robotics Mobility Platforms (RMPs) in Europe

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Segway Inc. recently brought on Manu Systems AG, located in Regensburg Germany, as a European reseller of its Robotics Mobility Platforms (RMPs).  Manu Systems AG is well known as one the region’s leading value-added resellers of robotic hand systems, humanoid robots and other robotics mobility systems.

“We are pleased to be working with Segway. Our mission is to provide a one-stop shopping experience for service robotics researchers,” said Marco Reichel, Chairman of the Management Board, Manu Systems. “Our offering of Segway’s RMPs has been very well received by the European research market.”

Manu Systems AG currently offers Segway’s RMP 50 Omni and 50 XL, RMP 200 and 200 ATV, RMP 400, 400 Omni and RMP 440. For more information on these platforms, please visit Manu Systems AG’s website or contact the company by phone: +49 941 9459 280 or e-mail.

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Segway Robotic Platforms Demonstrated at Quantico

Sharpshooters from 100 yards out

Sharpshooters from 100 yards out

Marathon Targets (http://www.marathon-targets.com/) successfully demonstrated their smart target system during a live fire demonstration at Quantico Marine Base. Marathon’s systems are developed on both the Segway RMP200 and RMP400. To view a short video of the demonstration, click here.

For more information on the full line of Segway’s robotic platforms, please visit http://rmp.segway.com/.

Marathon Targets developed on RMP200

Marathon Targets developed on Segway RMP200

Marathon Targets developed on Segway RMP400

Marathon Targets developed on Segway RMP400

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RMP 400s on Display at FPED VIII

The Segway RMP 400‘s capabilities of being a true multi-payload, open interface and robust UGV are on display at FPED VIII, the eighth Force Protection Equipment Demonstration at the Stafford Regional Airport in Stafford, Virginia. Vendors Burchfield Automation, Air Force Research Lab and Technical Support Working Group each are demonstrating the RMP 400. If attending FPED VIII, please stop by these vendor’s booth for an up close look at the RMP 400‘s capabilities.

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Segway Robotic Mobile Platform 400: Our Most Powerful Unmanned Ground Vehicle

The Segway RMP 400 is our most powerful mobile robot platform. Powered by four lithium-ion battery packs and rolling on four ATV tires, the Segway RMP 400 is a mobile workhorse capable of carrying up to 400 lbs for long distances, over challenging terrain.

All Segway unmanned ground vehicles are designed for easy integration by scientists and engineers and are the ideal starting point for applications including research and development, industrial automation, security, and defense.

For more information or to request a quote, click here.

These images were taken during the 2010 Robotics Rodeo at Ft. Benning.

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NDIA Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference

Come see Segway mobile robot platforms on display and in action at:

NDIA Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference
Booth #313
March 22-24, 2011
Loews Royal Pacific
Orlando, FL

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Segway mobile robot platform demonstration video

Check out this video showing Segway’s RMP line of mobile robot platforms including 2WD balancing robots and all-terrain 4WD UGVs. Segway’s patented propulsion system technologies provide unmatched power and reliability to propel mobile robots.

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RMP-450F Mobile Water Cannon Prototype

Compact and powerful, the RMP-450F prototype combines a Segway RMP400 mobile robot platform with a Unifire® Force50™ water cannon. The resulting remote-controlled firefighting vehicle promises to provide unmatched maneuverability, positioning, and control to tackle the most dangerous and long burning fires, while keeping firefighters out of harm’s way.

Note: This product is still under development. To download the product brochure, please click here. To request more information and receive future updates, please “Request a Quote” via the link at the top left of this page.

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University of Delaware Team Wins Awards at Robot Competition

Congrats to the “Warthog” team on winning the 2009 Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition (IGVC) Autonomous Challenge AND placing third in the Navigation Challenge!

The “Warthog” robot is an RMP 400 equipped with a laser range finder, color camera, and differential global positioning system (GPS) that won “Rookie of the Year” in 2007 when the University of Delaware’s Dynamic Vision Lab first entered it in the IGVC.

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