Humanistic Robotics, Inc (HRI) will exhibit at the 2013 DSEI Conference at the ExCel London Exhibition and Convention Centre on Sept. 10-13, 2013.
What: 2013 DSEI Conference
When: Sept 10-13, 2013
Where: ExCel London Exhibition and Convention Centre, Booth N10-136
DSEI is the world’s largest fully integrated defense and security exhibition specializing in Land, Air, Sea, Security and Unmanned Solutions. Based in ExCeL, London every two years, the event brings together international exhibitors from more than 50 countries. HRI will be exhibiting in the North Hall at booth N10-136.
HRI will feature the world’s safest, most customizable, and cost effective land mine & IED rollers for route proving, vehicle protection, proofing, and survey. HRI’s roller solutions provide increased safety through consistent ground coverage and terrain mapping while a modular design minimizes down time for simple repairs and routine maintenance. HRI’s featured roller, the Advanced Route Clearance Roller (RCR-A), is built on years of extensive testing and experience in the explosive hazard industry. The RCR-A uses the common swing arm design seen in many HRI products that has been thoroughly tested during explosive tests, endurance testing, and successful fielding. It was designed as a route clearance and route verification roller to be used in combat engineering, force protection, and road clearance missions. The independently-rotating roller banks improve handling for vehicles that require higher-speed capability.
HRI will also display its Safe Remote Control System (SRCS). The SRCS is a wireless handheld controller that achieves much more capability than a traditional “belly box” controller or military control console, in a lightweight and ergonomic package that the user can comfortably interact with during an entire day. In form, the handheld device looks like the controllers employed in typical video game systems, but houses much more. It’s a rugged device, water, shock and dust resistant, containing a myriad of safety devices that are far more advanced than most control interfaces – even those that are much larger. It’s a form factor very familiar to younger users, requiring nearly no training, and quickly learned by more experienced operators.
Humanistic Robotics, Inc., (HRI) is a robotics and technology innovator dedicated to making the world safer through engineering and design.