Scio Surveyor 7


Meet Scio (skee-oh) Surveyor 7, Donan’s military-grade PackBot and the first unmanned ground vehicle to be used in a forensic property investigation.

Handled by an expert operator, Scio is ideal for inspecting:

  • Structurally unsound buildings
  • Confined spaces
  • Hazardous environments

Scio is a powerful tool that can mitigate safety risks, increase speed of service and provide conclusive answers.  Deployments are available nationwide starting at only $5000*.

Click on Scio’s photo for detailed pricing information and more!

Scio’s specialized cameras and components include:

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    Gripper Cameras:

    Two cameras located at the gripper provide depth perception and assist with the precise positioning necessary to grab and maneuver items.

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    Grip:

    The 3-link arm can lift 12 pounds when fully extended and up to 30 pounds at close range. Its gripper is able to open doors, move objects, or pick up and retrieve evidence.

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    Built-In On-Arm Cameras:

    Four integrated cameras are used for viewing the robot’s movements and streaming them in real time back to the control unit, both of which are essential for navigation. The robot’s primary camera has 312x zoom capability for detailed inspection, such as reading labels from across a room.

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    Mounted GoPro HD Camera:

    The GoPro camera was added to capture high definition video and photos continuously during an inspection. These images document areas of interest in great detail, allowing for a more thorough analysis of burn patterns, damage, and other visual data.

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    Forward-Facing Treaded Wheel Structures:

    The rotating tracks at the front of the robot, referred to as flippers, enable the PackBot to climb over obstacles, go up and down stairs, and balance when the arm is extended.

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    Built-In Cameras:

    These integrated cameras provide white and infrared light. The white light provides visibility in dark or confined spaces, enabling photo and video capture when no other light source is available. The infrared provides night vision capability.

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    Evidence Collection Tools:

    Scoops and small shovels provide a range of options for retrieving evidence samples. Debris can be scooped up and placed in gallon-size metal evidence containers located on Scio’s payload – all in accordance with NFPA 921.

*Travel and shipping costs are not included and will be direct billed to the client. All mileage and operator time in excess of 24 hours will be billed at standard rates.

Meet Scio (skee-oh) Surveyor 7, Donan’s military-grade PackBot and the first unmanned ground vehicle to be used in a forensic property investigation.

Handled by an expert operator, Scio is ideal for inspecting:

  • Structurally unsound buildings
  • Confined spaces
  • Hazardous environments

Scio is a powerful tool that can mitigate safety risks, increase speed of service and provide conclusive answers.  Deployments are available nationwide starting at only $5000*.

Click on Scio’s photo for detailed pricing information and more!

Scio’s specialized cameras and components include:

Gripper Cameras:

Two cameras located at the gripper provide depth perception and assist with the precise positioning necessary to grab and maneuver items.

Grip:

The 3-link arm can lift 12 pounds when fully extended and up to 30 pounds at close range. Its gripper is able to open doors, move objects, or pick up and retrieve evidence.

Built-In On-Arm Cameras:

Four integrated cameras are used for viewing the robot’s movements and streaming them in real time back to the control unit, both of which are essential for navigation. The robot’s primary camera has 312x zoom capability for detailed inspection, such as reading labels from across a room.

Mounted GoPro HD Camera:

The GoPro camera was added to capture high definition video and photos continuously during an inspection. These images document areas of interest in great detail, allowing for a more thorough analysis of burn patterns, damage, and other visual data.

Forward-Facing Treaded Wheel Structures:

The rotating tracks at the front of the robot, referred to as flippers, enable the PackBot to climb over obstacles, go up and down stairs, and balance when the arm is extended.

Built-In Cameras:

These integrated cameras provide white and infrared light. The white light provides visibility in dark or confined spaces, enabling photo and video capture when no other light source is available. The infrared provides night vision capability.

Evidence Collection Tools:

Scoops and small shovels provide a range of options for retrieving evidence samples. Debris can be scooped up and placed in gallon-size metal evidence containers located on Scio’s payload – all in accordance with NFPA 921.

*Travel and shipping costs are not included and will be direct billed to the client. All mileage and operator time in excess of 24 hours will be billed at standard rates.

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