The robot for the curious

Discover what the Leo Rover robotic platform can withstand.

August 19, 2022

by

Aleksandra Szczepaniak

Leo Rover testing facility

We always seem to be pointing out how reliable the Leo Rover mobile robot is, but we want you to know that we don't make empty promises. So, if you have any doubts regarding the rover's reliability, now you can see for yourself what it’s capable of :)

Tried and tested

Take a look at how we tested the rover and get a glimpse of its possibilities:

I think the video is quite self-explanatory. As you could see in it, the Leo Rover can handle some tough blows. After all, we didn’t design it this sturdy for nothing ;)

The robot’s nominal payload capacity allows you to put 5kg/11lbs of additional equipment on it. But even with 10kg/22lbs of extra weight, the rover’s still rolling, as demonstrated in the video. More weight than the nominal might affect the robot’s turning efficiency, though.

With the Leo Rover mobile robot, you don’t have to worry about uneven terrain. Bumpy ride is nothing this robotic platform couldn’t handle. As the video shows, the robot is able to drive on a slope of up to even 45-50o before it loses its traction.

Leo Rover slope angle testing
Testing the Leo Rover’s ability to drive on a steep ramp

Did I mention the rover is watertight and foolproof? Well, in case I didn't, the video speaks for itself ;) Feel free to experiment with the robot on your own and don’t be afraid of making mistakes.

Discover your Leo Rover’s limits

We hope that this short video dispelled any doubts you had and, at the same time, provided you with a dose of entertainment :) And what it presents are just several of the many things this robot can withstand. Why don’t you check its capabilities yourself? Don’t hesitate and order your own Leo Rover. Reach out to us at contact@fictionlab.pl :)

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