Created to address an unmanned vehicle need, innovative filter design maintains clear camera view while ground vehicle or surface vessel is in operation
Salt Lake City, Utah November 19, 2012 - Kairos Autonomi, Inc., a world leader in robotic
Roll-off Filter to use along with its Pronto4 Robotic Appliqu© Kit.
The filter consists of a protective shield that fits over the standard Kairos Autonomi camera and mechanically self-cleans while the vehicle is in motion. This provides the camera with a clear view, as well as a longer lifespan that can shoot 100 frames through its own selfcleaning process.
"Kairos Autonomi has recognized the need for a self-cleaning camera filter through its experience with customers, ranges and testing sites," said Troy Takach, President and CEO of Kairos Autonomi. "With this information Kairos has developed an economical and simple Camera Roll-off Filter, similar to those that professional racecar drivers use to keep their field of vision clear during races."
The filter includes the following specifications:
*Distinctive, durable, lightweight metal canister design
*About 2 Â½ inches wide and 8 inches long
*Innovative design protects camera in dusty and harsh weather conditions
*Reliability and functionality is smooth during operation
*Assembly and installation is simple and allows for easy on and off control
About Kairos Autonomi
Kairos Autonomi, Inc. a world leader in Robotic Appliqu© Kits puts its emphasis on
simplicity, cost-effectiveness and reliability. The Pronto4 Robotic Appliqu© Kit is an add-on vehicle autonomy system that provides unmanned capabilities to current manned vehicles,
rendering them optionally unmanned. Unmanned ground vehicles are used in military and security operations, as well as industrial and agricultural applications, Kairos is a pioneer in the industry to commercialize its products to be reliable and successful to meet the demands of military and commercial operational use. For more information, please visit us at our website www.kairosautonomi.com or at YouTube