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Technology Factsheet

Electroadhesive Surface-Climbing Robots

Category: Robotics > Characterization and Inspection > Wall Climber
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SRI has demonstrated robust clamping on materials that include glass, wood, metal and concrete.

Used for remote surveillance or inspection of concrete pillars or other structures (such as bridges and tunnels), the robots use SRI’s patented electroadhesion technology to enable wall climbing. They can also be used to carry payloads such as cameras, wireless network nodes, and other sensors.

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Industry:Defense/Homeland Security
Size:Small (1-5kg/2lb-20lb, 10-30cm/4in-12in length )
TRL:Demonstration (7-8)
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Key Features:

Remotely driven by operator-controlled wireless transmitter.
High-performance, rugged, steel-reinforced electroadhesive belt.
High strength carbon fiber tail.
Able to traverse concrete walls with bumps, ledges, pipes, and wire bundles.
Operates in dusty, outdoor environments.
Operates on most surfaces.
Innovative roller design that houses all electroadhesion electronics components.
High strength/weight ratio fiberglass honeycomb chassis.
High torque servo motor.
High energy-density lithium polymer batteries for robot drive and advanced lithium ion batteries for electroadhesion.

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