June 23, 2008

Monorail Robots Monitor and Protect

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The Israeli company Linceus designs security devices in the form of monorail robots for large-scale detail such as airport perimeters like the Ben-Gurion-Airport in Tel Aviv. Even better, it can be used in mines as a safety device. The system uses search and track regional RF (radar) sensors and transmits video to a remote control room. It can also provide first-aid packages if necessary. With such an interesting concept, we are surprised that with all the millions spent by the U.S. Border Patrol, they haven't bought up a few.

Via Linceus

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at June 23, 2008 8:13 PM
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