Running Brains Robotics to Showcase GR100 Security Robot at Eurosatory 2024

Running Brains Robotics to Showcase GR100 Security Robot at Eurosatory 2024

Running Brains Robotics, a key player in autonomous robotics in France, announces its participation at Eurosatory 2024, where it will present its new autonomous security robot, the GR100. The event is scheduled to take place at the Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte from June 17 to 21, 2024.

The GR100 is primarily designed for the surveillance of industrial and sensitive sites and operates effectively outdoors. This robot incorporates advanced technologies, including data fusion algorithms and artificial intelligence, enabling it to monitor vast areas, detect anomalies, and proactively intervene to prevent incidents.

Technical features of the GR100 include high autonomy in outdoor environments, equipped with cutting-edge sensors and real-time analysis systems for continuous monitoring. The robot can be customized to meet the specific security and safety mission needs of each client.

The robot has a weight capacity of 130 kilograms and can reach a maximum speed of 2.5 meters per second, equivalent to 5-6 kilometers per hour. It offers an operational autonomy of 4.5 hours on a single charge. Equipped with five cameras, including one thermographic for heat detection, it also features a microphone and loudspeaker for communication. The robot operates efficiently in temperatures ranging from -10°C to 40°C. It requires a charging power of 1000 watts and can be fully charged in just 1.5 hours.

Proudly developed and manufactured in France, the GR100 exemplifies Running Brains Robotics’ commitment to promoting French innovation and expertise. The robot meets high standards of quality in both software and hardware, ensuring close technical support.

Running Brains Robotics positions itself at the forefront of autonomous surveillance technology with the GR100, demonstrating a strong commitment to innovation and French quality. The development of this robot could play a significant role in advancing the security of sensitive and industrial sites, enhancing the company’s presence in the international security robotics market.

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