FIU researchers are developing a telepresence robot that would get disabled law enforcement officers back on patrol
IHMC has loaned two robots, similar to the pictured Tbot, to FIU for the project
IMHC has loaned two robots, similar the its Tbot, to FIU researchers
Preliminary sketch of the proposal "PatrolBot"
Preliminary sketches of the proposal "PatrolBot"
IHMC's TBot can switch between two- and four- wheeled configuration
Telepresence robots are already making their way into space and operating rooms and onto the battlefield, but Jeremy Robbins, a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy Reserves, wants to get telepresence robots (or telebots) on the mean streets to combat crime. He’s enlisted the help of researchers at Florida International University (FIU) to develop telerobotics systems that would let disabled law enforcement officers get back onto the beat using robots originally conceived for military applications.
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