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About SzymonDzw

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    AF-UK Newbie
  • Birthday 11/24/93

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    Manchester (UK) / Wrocław (Poland)
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    Robotics, robotics and once again military robotics!
  1. Ok, will contact you PM. Actually thought GoPro glass is unbreakable you got me. But we'd figure out additional polycarbonate cover for Airsofters - good point!
  2. Thanks for feedback. Thought about using the robot in CQB as scout going around corners etc., but as I understood standard skirmishes are too fast to think about a robot. We didn't test the camera for BBs, but there shouldn't be any problem as it's shielded by original GoPro Hero glass. As for testing - maybe I didn't point it well, you can be actually anywhere in the World. With the rover still in Poland you'd connect to our desktop via TeamViewer and drive it remotely. We had even people from Australia and Colombia driving it and performing 'the mission' (with ca. 1 s delay).
  3. Hi, I'm a former airsofter and now work as robotics engineer in a young startup. We designed a robot similar to the ones used by bomb-squads. It drives wireless via WiFi, is waterproof and as it weights only 18 lbs with its 4hr of driving it can be used as a personal assistant. Essentially, it could be used in CQB, in 'battle' photography or even as scout platform for Milsim. As the rover is so robust I figured out, we could find some feedback in airsoft community. We are looking for people to perform test-mission remotely via Internet. You'd sit and relax in front of your computer and perform some tasks driving a rover located in Poland: investigate the spot, collect a bomb (using the gripper) or drive through terrain traversal. If you are interested just write me a PM or write below - we'll figure out a schedule to meet. To see more: Hope this post won't be regarded as spam or ad, but if you find it inappropriate - could you tell me where to move it or who to ask for permission?