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P1 Platform Outdoor - Design and development project

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The P1 is a modular build base robot made by WORLD OF ROBOTS. It's a patrol robot and belongs to the class of the automated guided vehicles for industry.

The carrier platform consists of the P1 chassis for level ground or in extension of a chain guide and trim for outdoor application. In the basic version, the vehicle has the P1 robot drive 24V; in an extension it has reinforced drive shafts for outdoor application.

As part of a development project the following could be achieved in the next 6 to 12 months: chassis in iteration 4, power electronics, remote control and power supply in iteration 2 and the load receiving means and the computer control via sensors in iteration 1.


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The Tech Tree consists of several robots of various tiers, which have either already been researched or which you can request us to research for you.


Robot-type description

Base robot. A base vehicle has a basic configuration of modules.

Standard robot. A base vehicle can be expanded to a standard vehicle by advanced modules.

Elite robot. A vehicle, in which the best available modules are used, is given the elite status.

Premium robot. Premium robots need not to be explored, but also cannot be improved. Their modules are fixed.


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Designer

Martin Scharfe is a mechanical engineer and has developed the all-terrain robot platform P1.

Kevin Segovia has studied industrial electronics and automation engineering. He will develop the next version of the power electronics on customer request.

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Product information for: P1 Platform Outdoor - Design and development project

Publishing date (date of last technical specification): 2015-07-23
Length: 850 mm
Width: 650 mm
Height: 300 mm
Weight: 45 kg
Shipping weight: 54 kg
Manufacturer: MANU SYSTEMS
Brand: WORLD OF ROBOTS
Article number: WOR-0022

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WORLD OF ROBOTS offers easy to use and extremely modular robotics platforms. Depending on robot modules the following robot-types exist: A base vehicle has a basic configuration of modules. A base vehicle can be expanded to a standard vehicle by advanced modules. A vehicle in which the best available modules are used, is given the elite status. Premium robots need not to be explored, but also cannot be improved. Their modules are fixed.

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