MRISAR's Simulated Bomb Retrieval Robot Exhibit
Simulator Bomb Retrieval Robot; Challenge yourself to move a suspicious wheeled briefcase that may have a bomb hidden inside, to a secured area within a specified time by using a telepresence mobile robot. The robot is controlled via a telepresence monitor and joysticks. Larger and more complex versions of this exhibit can be ordered, but for general purpose shown here is a smaller version of this challenge.
This exhibit relates to STEM education.
How it works; press the start button and a digital countdown timer starts up and begins to beep. Use the controls and monitor to manipulate the mobile robot to pick up and move the briefcase into the secured area before the timer reaches zero. If the briefcase is not in the secured area when the timer stops, the exhibit makes the sound of an explosion. If the briefcase is within the secured area when the timer stops the exhibit congratulates you. Either way when the timer stops the exhibit resets itself by remotely returning the briefcase and the mobile robot to their starting points via their wheels.
This exhibit conforms to STEM education and comes with graphics that discusses how robotics can help in dangerous work situations and emergency security applications. In these applications a human is protected from what can be life threatening situations by distancing themselves from the location of the work.
The exhibit is designed to be visually stunning, educational and usable by virtually any age of museum visitor. This exhibit is view able from all sides and is ideal for mid floor locations. The robots arm is protected by limit controls and spring loaded for shock. The limit controls use simple logic to avoid over travel, as opposed to expensive and hard to repair computer guided systems. The fingers operate by pressing push switches. A joystick is used to operate the wrist, shoulder and elbow ranges of motion. The exhibit is configured as a demonstration to illustrate remote handling robotics. Different types of remote handling robots are used by industry, aerospace and commercial establishments to extend human capabilities in hazardous situations. The enclosure is made of light-weight aluminum framing and clear durable poly-carbonate.
Comes with a complete exhibit including quality built electronic-electromechanical robot, enclosure, support electronics, visual support materials, maintenance information and schedule, activities and control panel. Approximate exhibit size is 10 ft diameter x 42" high
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