The SR4 Robot is an over three foot tall, 50+ lb. payload capacity mobile robot platform with Linux, wireless web connectivity,
and expandability (power connections, expansion/mount space and USB, Serial, I2C and Wireless
80211.g and b connectivity). The SR4 is currently in use in North and South America, the Pacific Rim
and in Eastern and Western Europe as both an educational tool and an application development platform.
As an Educational Platform - software, electronics, sensors
and mechanical systems. Learn, improve or expand your skills in Java, Linux,
networking, databases and the web. In electronics, design and/or install your
own add-ons to the SR4 Robot, using the robotís on-board power and extensive
connectivity options (USB, serial, I2C, pin-headers, wireless 80211.g and b) Ė or study
the robotís current systems. Add a wireless video camera to the robot with
over-the-web viewing and control. Add other sensors to the SR4, or adapt or develop
your own robotic arm or other mechanical devices for the robot.
As an Application Development Platform - For engineers, designers, developers,
project managers, entrepreneurs, students, businesses and organizations. Customize the
SR4 Robot with your own software and hardware add-ons. Develop and/or experiment with
your own applications of intelligent mobile robots; Office Robots,
and robots for Restaurants, Fire and Security, People with Disabilities,
and Seniors and robots for other applications in light industry, business and home.
SR4 Robot Specifications:
The SR4 features the Linux operating system, Java, the GWX Express single board computer with an
ARM microprocessor, wireless (and wired) Ethernet networking,
web connectivity, and an on-board web server (some items are optional,
depending on the model selected). The SR4ís sensor
complement includes sonar for obstacle avoidance (standard), wheel
encoders (standard), and an experimental position triangulation system that utilizes ultrasonic
beacon signals (optional on SR4-P and standard on SR4-N). The SR4 robot is designed for expandability, both physically and electronically.