December 31, 2010

Jazz Telesurveillance Robot

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Gostai has introduced Jazz, a WiFi telepresence robot that can be used for video conferencing or telesurveillance. With an infrared camera, laser system and map of its intended area, a remote operator controls it real time with an ordinary web browser. Jazz stores past incidents, can see in the dark or light up dark areas and can record in wide angles. You can feel super secure for an €8400 (~$11,000) investment.

Via Gostai

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at December 31, 2010 8:40 AM
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