The following page describes the technical details of Ra.Ro and its control modes. There is also a login form reserved for robot owners in the column to the side and that allows access to a dashboard.
For more technical information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CONSTRAINTS OF USE
- The structure or area to be monitored must be covered by Wi-Fi connectivity.
- There must be a possibility to place one or more charging stations near the
path, so that the robot can easily access it to recharge
in order to allow the robot carry out autonomous patrols it must be possible trace colored lines on the pavement (with ribbon or paint) or to place visual markers
(coded images of 20x20 Cm) on walls or columns.
- If the structure or area to be monitored has active alarms, you must have the ability to deactivate them to allow the robot to move so that it can carry out its own autonomous paths. If it was not possible to deactivate them , Surveillance personnel must be warned when the robot is activated to avoid false alarms.
This mode is useful for controlling Ra.Ro. in case of restricted spaces or with many obstacles.
This is the most used mode by making Ra.Ro remote control particularly simple, thanks to the Google Street View style interface.
There is no need for remote operator intervention, you can control the status of the robot as well as stream through your systems through the management API.
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