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Mobile robots

Mobile robotics can be a real game changer in many projects. Mobile robots are powerful tools, which autonomy can take over from humans strenuous or dangerous tasks.

What is an autonomous mobile robot?

An autonomous mobile robot is a robot that can move around in an open or closed space. It does not remain stationary in one position. The autonomous mobile robot can map its environment and navigate on its own, without being controlled by an operator.

Autonomous mobile robots do not need any external relays to operate (such as beacons). Instead, they use SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping) technology, which enables them to build a map of their environment in real time, and do some self-localization. If needed, autonomous mobile robots can also be remotely operated.

Usually, an autonomous mobile robot is made up of:

  • A chassis (with motors and controller)
  • An embedded computer
  • A battery
  • Sensors (at least a LiDAR)
  • Actuators

The sensors and actuators will change depending on the tasks the robot has to perform.

Types of sensors:

  • Thermal sensor
  • Panoramic camera
  • Gas sensor
  • Motion sensor
  • Microphone
  • Etc

Type of actuators:

  • Robotic arm
  • Screen
  • Speakers
  • Drone
  • Etc

Mobile robots: missions and applications

In which situations can mobile robotics be a real advantage? We won't list the many tasks a robot can take over from humans, there are too many. We will list the one we are familiar with at Génération Robots.

Missions where a robot can be essential, or mandatory:

How to choose the right mobile robot for your project?

The environment and the terrain are both major considerations, as they cannot be easily changed.

Depending on the environment and the terrain on which the robot will drive, as well as its missions, the locomotion will be different:

  • Mecanum wheels ➡ allows lateral movements, suitable for warehouses and indoor navigation (Clearpath Robotics' Dingo robot type)
  • All-terrain wheels ➡ for outdoor navigation, suitable for exploration missions, agriculture, etc (RR100 robot type from Generation Robots)
  • Tracked ➡ outdoor navigation, on uneven terrain (potholes, small ditches, rocks, steps, etc) (Bunker Pro robot type)
  • 4 legs ➡ allows robots to move on stairs or rocks (Spot robot type)

You will also need to consider the following features:

  • The payload (does the robot need to carry heavy equipment?)
  • Autonomy (an important factor in surveillance and security missions)
  • Agility (speed and turning radius)
  • The budget allocated to the project

Other factors, such as the possibility to quickly add extra addons, can also be important. Agilex mobile robots are equipped with rails that allow for quick customization.

Finally, ROS/ROS 2 compatibility is often a major factor in the choice of a mobile base, especially for research and R&D centers. All our mobile robots are ROS compatible.

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Spot Enterprise is the “corporate” version of the quadruped robot created by Boston Dynamics. It’s designed not only for research and teaching but also for developing industrial and service robotics applications, and will quickly become your faithful corporate companion, always ready to work!

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The Warthog ROS mobile robot is an amphibious unmanned ground vehicle of impressive dimensions and with a corresponding payload capacity. Not only that, but it moves quickly too!

TThe Spot robotic arm is one of the essential accessories to make your mobile robot even more skilled and autonomous.

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Both robust and compact, the Boxer Mobile Robot is an indoor platform designed for developing robotic solutions and technologies. 100% ROS, it offers a wide range of possibilities for researchers and designers.

The Ridgeback robot is an omnidirectional indoor robotic platform capable of moving precisely high loads in a constrained environment. The robot is fully integrated, it is supplied with front and rear laser rangefinders and provides an inertial unit. The Ridgeback robot offers native integration with ROS and Gazebo.

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Aliengo is a real-time exploration, navigation and mapping robot designed by Unitree Robotics. While ideal for professional and industrial environments, it’s also an excellent tool for research and teaching.

This new camera kit offers an unprecedented collection of sound and image devices for use with the Spot robot. A great way to develop your canine senses!

The TC200 mobile base is an ultra-flexible tool for teaching industrial robotics. You can also add numerous accessories, including collaborative robot arms, sensors and other electronic components.

The Shadow Runner RR100 mobile robot is a ROS-compatible outdoor mobile platform dedicated to research and higher education. Designed and manufactured in Bordeaux by our Génération Robots engineers, the Shadow Runner is an off-road and weather-resistant robot. Its great strength? It’s equipped with high-performance sensors in addition to being ROS compatible.

The RR100 is the education and research version of the GR100, a professional model with embedded localisation and navigation software designed by our own engineers.

You’d like your Spot robot to be even more sensitive to its environment? Spot CAM+ is a robotics accessory pack designed to make your robot see the world through rose-coloured glasses and in cinemascope!

The Spot CORE AI accessory by Boston Dynamics opens up new possibilities in terms of machine learning and will transform your docile dog into a knowledge-hungry robot.

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Researchers looking for high payload and a powerful drive torque have been seduced by the all-terrain Husky A200 unmanned ground vehicle (UGV). If like them, you want to go further in your research and prototype rapidly, look no further than the Husky mobile base.

Boston Dynamics has designed a whole host of accessories you can attach to the back of its four-legged Spot robot. This CAM pack gives it panoramic colour vision plus some extra bonuses.

The Bunker Pro mobile robot is a tracked UGV robot with a heavy-duty design. It can handle the toughest terrain, both indoors and out, while putting up a solid defence against dust and water.

Alone we go faster, but together we go further: equip your Spot with this EAP and it will be able to explore wide open spaces, both indoors and out.

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The AgileX Hunter 2.0 UGV is an ultra-tough mobile robot designed for heavy loads and precise, low-speed driving scenarios.

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Scout 2.0 is an indoor and outdoor mobile platform, dedicated to the development of multiple applications in higher education, research and industry. This mbile robot is CE certified.

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Interested in meeting a real mobile robot, both weatherproof and all-terrain, that’s as fast on a dirt road as on the lino in your kitchen? Check out the Jackal Unmanned Ground Vehicle, a robust, rapid, compact and what’s more extremely flexible robotised platform!

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The AgileX Autoware open-source autonomous kit is a complete development kit for making your mobile robotic platforms fully autonomous.

AgileX presents Bunker, its all-terrain tracked mobile robot, expert in all types of obstacles.

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While it’s true that there are already lots of ways to charge your Spot mobile robot, this charging station could well revolutionise the way you use your Boston Dynamics platform – and push the boundaries of your research and development work!

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Meet the Go 1 Edu and Edu Plus quadruped robot by Unitree Robotics, a mobile robotics platform designed for developing professional applications and for higher education.

This outdoor mobile platform is a monster! Its modest dimensions and relatively light weight conceal a Herculean force just when you need it most. Simply check its towing capacity if you don’t believe us...

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The AgileX Autopilot Kit offers a complete system for the autonomous GPS navigation of a high-performance robotics chassis. It’s a Linux-programmable, fully ROS-compatible platform you can use for working on a wide variety of applications.