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Indoor mobile robots
If you need an indoor mobile robot for your research project, look no further. You will find here high performance indoor mobile robots brands such as Clearpath Robotics, Khepera, Turtlebot... We can also provide accessories for each platform, do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
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This camera mount is designed to attach a Raspberry Pi camera to a TurtleBot3 robot or OpenManipulator TurtleBot3 controller.
The Turtlebot3 Burger is a mobile robotics educational platform that’s lightweight, compact, cost-effective and customisable at will. It’s the perfect solution for all those looking for a fun medium to use in their robotics programming workshops, but also for apprentice robotics engineers, and for creators and designers.
The Lidarbot Odos mobile base is an AGV equipped with a Lidar telemeter and mounted on 4 Mecanum wheels. It is remotely controlled with a joystick allowing speed control by PWM or voltage regulation.
R&D Payload V2 is a load compartment that is compatible with Rover Zero and Rover Pro designed by Rover Robotics. It offers different customisation options allowing you to create exactly the type of mobile robot you need for working on your robotic solution.
Interbotix Labs is pulling out all the stops with its latest addition to the family: TurtleBot 2i is a flexible, innovative, 100% open-source robotics platform that will delight researchers, students and designers alike! It's a robotics set that needs to be assembled.
In the family of fast and agile robots, Scout Mini from AgileX is a true champion. It is compact, handy, all-terrain and lightweight. Armed with its Mecanum wheels, it becomes a real competition beast!
Check out this LoCoBot robotics kit, a mobile manipulator with a robotic arm powered by Dynamixel that will open up new programming avenues with PyRobot.
The mobile base Apollo by SLAMTEC is a middle-sized robotic base. It’s a performing and strong development platform (ultrasonic sensors, PRLidar, depth camera) and it can take a load of up to 35 kg! Developers have access to SDK SLAMWARE allowing them to develop third-party applications (including iOS and Android) and to have access to the data collected by the sensors of the robot Apollo.