The robot dog can’t arrest but U.S. officials claim it can capture evidence in remote desert areas and relay real-time information to its owners.
TEXAS, USA — U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is Assistance at the U.S.-Mexican frontierWith new technology
The following press release was issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Science and Technology Directorate(S&T), CBP “a helping paw”It’s a sort of robot dog, but it has a machine.
DHS says that, although the robot can’t make arrests, it can capture evidence in remote desert locations and relay the information back to headquarters.
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“The southern border can be an inhospitable place for man and beast, and that is exactly why a machine may excel there,” said S&T program manager Brenda Long. “This S&T-led initiative focuses on Automated Ground Surveillance Vehicles, or what we call ‘AGSVs.’ Essentially, the AGSV program is all about …robot dogs.”
The goal of S&T’s AGSV Program is to “leverage technology to force-multiply the CBP presence”And “reduce human exposure to life-threatening hazards.”
“It is a rugged, quadruped robot. It traverses all types of natural terrain including sand, rocks and hills, as well as human-built environments, like stairs. That’s why you want legs, and not tracks,”Ghost Robotics’ chief products officer Gavin Kenneally stated.
They collaborated Ghost RoboticsAccording to the press release the industry-partner who develops advanced AGSV technology was able to achieve the goal. According to the press release, Ghost Robotics saw an opportunity to re-engineer its pre-existing robot dog in order to support CBP’s mission.
Robot dogs have one drawback: their dependence on batteries. This affects their ability to live long and healthy lives while on the job.
The deployment of robot dogs is still in the planning stages.
You can Learn more about robot dog technologyVisit the DHS’s website.
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