Moose UGV is our largest all-terrain unmanned ground vehicle yet. It can handle tough environments with its rugged build, low ground pressure, and 8×8 traction tires, which allow effortless mobility through soft soils, vegetation, thick muds, and steep grades. It’s large payload deck allows Moose to be customized with application-specific sensors and other third-party hardware.
Warthog UGV is a large all-terrain unmanned ground vehicle capable of traveling on land and in water. It can handle tough environments with its rugged build, low ground pressure, and traction tires, which allow effortless mobility through soft soils, vegetation, thick muds, and steep grades.
Husky Unmanned Ground Vehicle is a medium sized robotic development platform. Husky’s large payload capacity and power systems accommodate an extensive variety of payloads, customized to meet research needs. Husky is fully supported in ROS with community driven Open Source code and examples.
Jackal Unmanned Ground Vehicle’s fully integrated, weatherproof design offers out of the box functionality in a compact, portable package. This unmanned ground vehicle includes an onboard computer, GPS and IMU and the ability to add a variety of custom sensing options. Jackal’s comprehensive ROS API provides end-to-end visibility of its operation.
Ridgeback is an indoor autonomous ground vehicle designed to move manipulators and heavy payloads with ease. Omnidirectional wheels provide precision positioning in constrained environments with forward, lateral and twisting movements. Ridgeback is fully integrated with onboard computer, laser scanner and IMU, the ability to integrate a variety of custom sensors, and is fully supported in ROS and Gazebo.
Boxer is a large indoor robotic platform for prototyping and development of industrial applications. Adapted from the OTTO Motors OTTO 100 SDV, Boxer provides researchers access to an industrial grade product that’s programmable and easily extensible with additional hardware.
Dingo is a lightweight, compact indoor mobile robot designed for robotics research and education. Available in two drive systems, differential and omnidirectional, with expandable power and computing options, Dingo is ideal for a wide range of robotic applications including autonomous navigation, mobile manipulation and mapping.
Spot is a nimble, four-legged robot designed to be rugged and customizable. It’s well suited for unstructured environments and is fully capable of climbing stairs and traversing rough terrain. With the addition of the Clearpath ROS Package for Spot, robotics researchers can take full advantage of ROS capabilities out-of-the-box, and leverage widely available open-source libraries, tools and the greater ROS community to accelerate their robotics development.
OTTO 1500 is a self-driving vehicle designed to increase throughput and reduce operational costs in warehouses and industrial centers. With a payload capacity of 1500 kg, OTTO effortlessly moves large items and standard pallets.
OTTO 100 is a self-driving vehicle designed to increase throughput and reduce operational costs in warehouses and industrial centers. With a payload capacity of 100 kg, OTTO 100 is designed for light-load material transport.