Patrol Robot Description
Patrol Robot adopts crawler chassis, which has excellent ground passing performance and can adapt to various terrains.
Patrol Robot can be used to replace manual entry into dangerous places
such as flammable, explosive, toxic, anoxic, and dense smoke.
Patrol Robot can build a geometric 2D map of the local environment around the robot in real time.
Patrol Robot supports indoor and outdoor semi-automatic navigation (automatic cruise, automatic homing, etc.)
And can autonomously plan paths in real time.
Patrol Robot Features
2D plane drawing
It can build a geometric 2D map of the local environment around the robot in real time.
Strong gas detection ability
Can detect a variety of toxic and harmful flammable gases (LEL, SO2, H2S, CO, O2, Cl2, etc., can be customized according to requirements). Detection result response time ≤ 30s
Strong infrared camera capability
Using an uncooled infrared focal plane sensor, it responds to the far infrared band and has high thermal sensitivity.
Chassis with strong ground adaptability
Obstacle clearance height ≥ 200mm; climbing angle ≥ 30°; battery life > 2h; remote control distance > 800m.
It is equipped with a 360° visible light imaging gimbal, a high-sensitivity microphone and a high-power speaker.
Security Patrol Robot Advantages
|Dimension||1510*1015*1000mm||Max. Remote control distance||≥800m|
|Weight||410kg||Video transmission distance||800m|
|Battery life||≥ 2 hours||Vertical obstacle height||More than 200mm|
|Speed||1m/s||Max. Climbing angle||30 degrees|
|Gas detection||LEL, SO2, H2S, CO, O2, Cl2, etc|
Security Patrol Robot Buying Guide
The patrol robots are the robots that are used around the world for the inspection of life-threatening sites.
In fire conditions, due to smoke, mist, and hot flames, firefighters face huge difficulties in detecting the actual source of the fire.
Usually, detection and inspection of the fire source depend upon the experience of the firefighter.
But still, they can obtain very little information about the type and colour of the flame.
In these situations, patrol robots are there to assist firefighters.
They enter the dangerous sites and detect the type of flame and toxic gases present in them.
They then notify the firefighters and plan the safest route for them autonomously.
1. How patrol robots are used in firefighting?
Figure 1. Patrol robots
Patrol robots replace firefighters in any life-dangering situations.
The patrol robots enter the dangerous sites instead of the firefighter.
Firstly it detects the flame through its strong infrared camera.
After detection, it locates the fire and enters into bizarre situations where it autonomously plans the path to protect firefighters.
The patrol robots are controlled through a simple non-line-of-sight remote control system.
Its remote control operation can make it easy for you to locate the fire without risking your life as you won’t have to enter the site directly.
Moreover, it increases the effectiveness of a given task, and firefighters can perform fire rescue missions very quickly.
2. What are the factors that attract buyers to purchase a patrol robot?
Figure 2. Highly customized structure
BAIJIROBOT patrol robots are fully autonomous which means they can perform rescue operations automatically.
Patrol robots with a fully autonomous design attract most of our buyers.
This feature of our patrol robots allows them to enter the dangerous site and search for fire without the supervision of firefighters.
How they work is when the fire burns it releases infrared radiation.
The patrol robot has certain sensors that can detect these radiations.
The robot after detection locates the fire.
The robot then plans the safest route possible for the firefighters by autonomously building a geometric 2D map of the environment around the robot.
3. What are the adaptations of patrol robots?
Figure 3. Super ground adaptability
The strong ground adaptations of patrol robots allow firefighters to complete their tasks very efficiently.
- The patrol robot has a vertical obstacle height of more than or equal to 200mm.
- Patrol robots can climb with a maximum angle of 30 degrees.
- Furthermore, its crawler chassis gives a strong grip on the ground making it easier to move through an obstacle.
- Our patrol robot’s modified size allows it to escape obstacles and enter locations with shallow entrances.
4. How do patrol robots detect toxic and harmful gases?
Every fire site’s accompanied by heavy smoke, mist, combustible material, and low visibility.
In that situation patrol robots replace the firefighters preventing direct contact with the affected site.
Patrol robots are equipped with certain sensors that can detect toxic, flammable gases in the environment.
The patrol robot can detect a variety of harmful gases such as CO, O2, SO2, H2S, etc.
The flames of fire sites release infrared radiation, these radiations are detected by the sensors equipped in the patrol robot.
This strong gas detection ability of patrol robots assures the safety of rescuers.
5. How patrol robots can benefit you in carrying out rescue operations?
The patrol robot’s remarkable characteristics can benefit you in many ways
- Firstly, it enhances the efficiency of a given task, and you can detect the heat source in very less time.
- Patrol robots ensure the safety of rescuers as they prevent direct contact with the harsh environment.
- A patrol robot remote control system with a maximum remote control range of 800m enables you to operate your robot from miles away.
- Patrol robots can build a 2D map of their surroundings, informing the firefighters what situation they have to face ahead.
- Patrol robots can detect toxic, flammable gases with a detection result response time of less than 30 sec.
6. How do patrol robots increase your efficiency in a rescue task?
At the site where the fire occurred you will find that the area has very low visibility due to excessive smoke.
So in these situations where firefighters can’t access the sites, patrol robots replace them.
Patrol robots can quickly enter the harsh environment and perform their detection work.
Moreover, the patrol robot reduces the chances of human error and performs rescue tasks more professionally than any firefighter can do.
7. How do patrol robots build a complete rescue solution?
Figure 4. Complete rescue solution
When our staff finds out that a fire has occurred and someone is stuck in the fire we quickly deploy our patrol robot.
Our patrol robot quickly enters the fire site and start locating the fire.
After inspection, it builds a geometric 2D map that informs the firefighter of the actual fire location.
This smart patrol robot supports indoor and outdoor semi-automatic navigation and autonomously plans the safest path for the firefighters instantaneously.
The firefighters then enter the site, follow the map given by the robot and quickly carry out the rescue missions.
The use of patrol robots in rescue operations reduces the risk to human life to a great extent.
8. Why should you use a patrol robot in rescue missions?
The two main concerns that got me thinking about the main problem we have when a fire occurs.
- Risk to human life
- Time it takes to respond
To address these concerns we built a patrol robot.
The patrol robots are designed to reduce the risk to victims and firefighters.
Most importantly the use of patrol robots greatly avoids injuries as it prevents the direct exposure of firemen in dangerous situations.
On top of that, patrol robots increase the productivity of the given task and save a whole lot of time.