Robots In The Army Now

As a part of the Inspectorbots series of Wireless Video Inspection Robots, the Delta Unit prides itself at being an affordable surveillance and reconnaissance bot. Its been specifically designed for situations where you would want to call the SWAT or the Hazmat team. Quite like the RC car that you like to play with, the Delta moves ahead and beams back live footage of the hostile scenario to the control center, without putting lives at risk.

The unit comes equipped with a pan/tilting camera and can be additionally fitted with sensors to detect various poisonous gasses or radiation levels of the concerned environment. Featuring an aircraft grade, anodized aluminum chassis, this bot can withstand quite a bit of kaboom action.

For those willing to fork out $6000 in the name of personal security, Inspectorbots is taking in advanced orders for “select US customers.”

Designer: Chris Rogers

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  • Sean says:

    oh boy,.. yet another modified E-Maxx

  • Mike says:

    At least it has a FLM Chassis & Aluminum Bulkheads but all that extra aluminum is a total waste. Piggy-back shocks are also a waste of money.

    $6,000.00 lol. My truck costs way less then that and is way more durable… Good Luck with that project.

    • Mike says:

      Oh and get better connectors for those batteries, they are outdated. Get TRX connectors or at least deans.

  • Robert says:

    We own a disaster restoration company and we’ve been looking for something like this for a while that could go into tiny crawl spaces and areas where we can’t fit a human. Maybe even a smaller unit like this could prove useful.

  • Chris Rogers says:

    E mail me [email protected]
    I have a smaller unit designed for Crawl Spaces called the “Spider Mite”

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