|Product type:||Auxiliary Vehicles|
|Name:||Robot, Unmanned Vehicle|
A Eyedrive small robotic complex was developed by ODF Optronics, which was acquired by Mistral Group in September 2013. It belongs to the "tossed" reconnaissance robots and has a weight of 2.3 kg and dimensions of 28x25x10 cm. It is intended for observation, reconnaissance, inspection of premises, performance of search missions. For the first time, the Eyedrive robot was used by Israeli troops in a military operation in the Gaza in January 2009. Now it is in the arsenal of several countries of the world, including the special services of Russia.
Eyedrive is a small 4-wheel platform with electric drive and remote control. The penetration can be increased by adding rubber tracks to the available wheels with a small increase in dimensions to 35x32x16.5 cm. The surveillance system consists of 4 stationary video cameras and one rotary, as well as a microphone, allowing for a circular surveillance and reconnaissance with continuous video and audio reconnaissance. The information received by the robot's sensors is transmitted to the operator's computer via Wi-Fi, the on-board system independently processes all visual and audio information and, if a suspicious signal is detected, notifies the operator.
The speed of the robot's movement is up to 12 km/h, the range of control is up to 300 m, continuous operation time is up to 3 hours. For special operations on the robot hull, additional modules or a charge of explosives can be attached.