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Thread: Arti (articulated traction control), ground drone, open source project for advancing mobility of ground-based robots, focusing on stair climbing

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    Arti (articulated traction control), ground drone, open source project for advancing mobility of ground-based robots, focusing on stair climbing


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    ARTI - Articulated Mobile Reconnaissance Apparatus

    Published on Jun 6, 2013

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    ARTI in action
    September 18, 2014

    Here's some basic footage of ARTI conquering stairs and uneven terrain.

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    Transcend Robotics Ground Drone Platform

    Published on Dec 4, 2014


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    ARTI obstacle course 1

    Published on Mar 21, 2016

    A demonstration of ARTI running over obstacles by simply moving forward.

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    ARTI 3D scanning a mine in Canada

    Published on May 5, 2016

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    Mantaro CEO discusses success with ARTI Mobility Platform

    Published on Jun 29, 2016

    Jeremy Parsons, CEO of Mantaro Product Development Services, discusses how Transcend's ARTI Mobility Platform helped them quickly create new telepresence robots that met customer requirements for easily going over curbs and steps in diverse terrain.

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    ARTI Vantage tactical robot for SWAT and emergency response teams

    Published on Sep 22, 2016

    The ARTI Vantage Tactical Robot helps SWAT teams and emergency response teams acquire situational awareness and safely complete their mission in order to save lives. It provides robust mobility, easy to use single-stick controls, and is incredibly affordable. It is the only robot that can climb stairs with single handed operation just by moving forward.

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    ARTI mobility platform - stair-climbing robot and UGV

    Published on Sep 22, 2016

    ARTI is the mobility platform for building the next generation of robotic applications and unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs). Its patented modular design easily traverses the obstacles of the real world, and even climbs stairs, just by moving forward. Finally, true robotic mobility that makes autonomous and remote-operated applications simple to develop.

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