The O-R3 robot can identify obstacles on the road, detect suspicious objects and objects, scan the number plates of vehicles, detect pedestrians and have the ability to distinguish between officials and ordinary people.
When thinking about Singapore, we often think of a high quality education system or a good living condition, rarely heard of their scientific and technological achievements. Recently, Otsaw, a Singaporean company, has introduced the O-R3 which is a police patrol robot with a UAV unmanned aerial vehicle to chase the crime.
The use of the automated robots to patrol and monitor in restricted areas is no longer new. It can be ground robots or unmated aerial vehicles, but in most cases people usually use one specific type of robot: flying or walking and they work independently.
Otsaw decided to combine the advantages of two robots and introduced the next-generation O-R3 patrol robot with UAV capability. It weighs about 80 kilograms and is equipped with w lidar, proximity sensor, camera, viewfinder and a variety of other sensors to gather data on the surrounding environment.
The O-R3 robot can identify obstacles on the road, detect suspicious objects and objects, scan the number plates of vehicles, detect pedestrians and have the ability to distinguish between officials and ordinary people. If the robot finds a forgotten bag, it will inform the control center of the suspicious object within 5 minutes. If O-R3 finds out the criminals are trying to hide, it will drop the aircraft to track the object within 100 meters.
A central control officer can control multiple robots at the same time, as well as varying tasks and functions for each robot or even switch off automatic control for handy remote control in difficult tasks. Otsaw is offering $ 10.000 a month for the O-R3.