August 12, 2021
DEEP Robotics, which develops intelligent quadruped robotics, has announced the launch of its newly developed robot dog. The Jueying X20 is waterproof (IP66 rated), and can operate in adverse weather conditions.
The Jueying X20 features strong load capacity, autonomous charging capabilities, high computing power, and perceptual precision while operating in those adverse weather conditions. The robot provides protection in and around the perimeter of an industrial or commercial facility, making it ideal for industry applications with high-level requirements across several scenarios, the company said.
Features of the robot include:
- IP66 industry-grade waterproof performance, in which the robot can flawlessly operate in outdoor environments, even on rainy days and in other harsh environments, preventing dust from entering the system.
- Strong load capacity and scalability: with a maximum load of 40 kg, the robots peripheral platform comes equipped with multiple interfaces for power supply and communications.
- Ultra-long endurance: with autonomous charging and a wireless duty-cycle model, the robot can operate for more than two hours with a load of 20 kg, and for as long as four hours without a load.
- Complex terrain adaptability: The robot can step over an 18-cm high obstacle, navigate a stairwell as well as climb a 30-degree slope, allowing it to adapt to several complex environments, including grasslands, sand, snowfields, gravel roads and puddles.
- Intelligent perception: Equipped with a depth-sensing camera and laser radar coupled with an intelligent algorithm, the robot enables trackless autonomous navigation, dynamic obstacle avoidance and human activity recognition based on actual news.
DEEP Robotics launched the first model of the Jueying series of robots in 2017, and have been tested in multiple application environments, including security patrol, inspection, surveying and exploration, as well as public rescue. The company said one of its robot dogs has effectively patrolled a 25,000-square-meter electrical substation.
For more details on the latest offering, visit the DEEP Robotics website here.