CES 2020: Robotic Research To Debut 1st Football-size Drone

Posted: Jan 4 2020, 7:28am CST | by , in CES

 
CES 2020: Robotic Research to debut 1st football-size drone

Pegasus Mini is the smaller version of the Pegasus.

Autonomy and robotic technology company Robotic Research will launch its first-ever football-size transformable drone at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show from January 7 to 10.

The new drone, called Pegasus Mini, is the smaller version of the original hybrid unmanned autonomous drone Pegasus that Robotic Research released in August 2019. Pegasus can drive on land and fly, making it ideal for use in deliveries or to aid first responders, law enforcement and the military.

The Pegasus Mini is designed to offer the extra reach that the Pegasus or any other unmanned aircraft system or unmanned ground vehicle. It can be used for inspection, rescue, rapid response, and other applications in fields such as oil and gas, public transportation, law enforcement, public safety, and many more.

This new drone measures about 16 inches by 8 inches and weighs 4.2 pounds. It can carry weights of up to 2 pounds. Pegasus Mini can sustain up to 30 minutes of operation in flight mode and up to two hours of operation in drive mode.

“We are excited to be at CES to showcase Pegasus as a new line of transformable robots and debut the Pegasus Mini, which offers a super-compact yet powerful drone and land vehicle combination capable of bringing remote cameras and sensors into previously unreachable locations,” Robotic Research President Alberto Lacaze said in a statement.

CES attendees can witness how the new Pegasus Mini works at booth #25664 in South Hall 2 of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The CES 2020 is coming up in four days so make sure to catch the latest updates on the biggest consumer electronics trade show at I4U News’ dedicated CES 2020 News Hub.

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