Robotic Assistance Devices unleashes RADDOG 2LE
June 6, 2023 By Blue Line Staff
June 6, 2023 – Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, along with its wholly owned subsidiary Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), has released its RADDOG 2LE, the robot dog purpose-built for law enforcement agencies.
RADDOG 2LE marks an evolution of quadruped robotics positioned to improve the capabilities of law enforcement agencies and enable them to apply practical robotics for a variety of tasks. It is designed to have an agile quadruped (four-legged) design and feature external accessories. The company’s goal is to empower officers to conquer challenging terrain, reach inaccessible areas and navigate through dangerous environments.
Troy McCanna, RAD’s Chief Security Officer and a former FBI Agent with extensive experience as a Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force Coordinator/Supervisor, said, “Throughout my tenure with the FBI, I often wished for a solution like RADDOG, which would have offered invaluable foresight into the operational environment before deploying my fellow partners into potentially dangerous situations. I can only imagine the tremendous situational awareness benefits that RADDOG would have provided.”
RADDOG 2LE is said to offer law enforcement agencies a combination of advanced performance features and affordability. Driven by RAD’s ‘RADPack LE’, this quadruped is designed to feature RADSoC, the on-board visual analytics and video management system included with all of RAD’s AI-powered solutions.
“RADDOG represents the epitome of our achievements and offerings at RAD,” said Steve Reinharz, CEO of AITX and RAD. “Its exceptional performance as a ‘force multiplier’, advanced communication capabilities, sleek design, and comparable low cost should make it very attractive to law enforcement agencies.”
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