Robotic system "Scorpio" will go into series this year

Robotic system "Scorpio" will go into series this year

Small-sized portable remote-controlled robotic reconnaissance and clearance complex


The latest compact Scorpion reconnaissance and clearance robot will go into mass production later this year. It is reported by RIA News with reference to the development company JSC "SET-1".

As previously reported, the Scorpio robot is a further development of the Scarab lightweight sapper robot used by Russian sappers in Syria. A prototype "Scorpio" was tested in the engineering forces, this was reported last summer. Currently, the company has received the first order for several robots.

The development of a new remotely controlled robotic device for reconnaissance and clearance "Scorpion" is at the final stage, this year we are starting its serial production

- said the company.

The robot is a four-wheeled platform weighing up to 20 kilograms, compatible with various types of attachments. Replaceable batteries provide autonomy from 4 to 10 hours, allow you to work in low temperatures to minus 30 degrees.

According to the developers, the control system is based on a single digital radio channel for managing and transmitting data of its own design. The radio channel has an algorithm that provides ease of binding the control panel to the robot and eliminates control interception. There is an additional wire control for operation in conditions of radio silence or suppression of a radio signal.

Recall that the company "SET-1" is a developer and manufacturer of engineering robots "Sphere" and "Scarab", used by Russian sappers during clearance in Syria.
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https://www.set-1.ru/
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  1. Operator 24 January 2020 16: 05 New
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    Damn, it seems that of the sane troops we have only the Strategic Missile Forces and the IW.
    1. Thrall 24 January 2020 16: 40 New
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      And with the rest, what's wrong?
      1. Operator 24 January 2020 19: 52 New
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        And with the rest, such as GRAU and GABTU, some 70-year-old Kalash and 30-year-old patterns laughing
        1. Zoldat_A 24 January 2020 20: 45 New
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          Quote: Operator
          And with the rest, such as GRAU and GABTU, some 70-year-old Kalash and 30-year-old patterns laughing

          As the practice of combat use shows, a company of airborne forces and with "70-year-old Kalash" forces is such that many in the world can make liquid crap.

          My father, grandfather and the Soviet Army taught me that it was not iron that defeated people, but people. If people are stronger than iron.
          1. Operator 24 January 2020 21: 25 New
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            Understandable: "Bullet fool, bayonet well done" (C)

            And the Strategic Missile Forces came up with cowards.
            1. Zoldat_A 24 January 2020 21: 38 New
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              Quote: Operator
              And the Strategic Missile Forces came up with cowards.

              Inappropriate irony.
              Not cowards, but VERY smart people. But so far no war has passed without the airborne forces. And it is unlikely that you will question that fact that for many decades these have been the most trained troops.

              And if I had been tasked with neutralizing the silo launcher of ICBMs or capturing a mobile one when I was in the Soviet Army, my platoon would have completed this task. At least there was no military application on this subject, but theoretically it was worked out in training up to a centimeter-second.

              And by the way, we need everything - I don’t have such a “knock with my left heel on my right chest”. And building battles, and communication - yes any! We are all connected and made not to compete with each other - who has a “better match”, but to help each other perform a combat mission. It is in Bashkiria that they measure from idleness by causalities. And war quickly teaches respect.
  2. Alex_Rarog 24 January 2020 16: 07 New
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    It’s better to put such a piece of iron in the hell and see what happens than a person, albeit well protected.))
  3. Free wind 24 January 2020 16: 15 New
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    Damn, I can’t help acting out, why are there shame laughing horse harness? The machine is of course necessary, maybe it will save someone's life.
    1. rich 24 January 2020 16: 45 New
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      Damn, I can’t help acting out, why are there shame

      Then

      1. Zoldat_A 24 January 2020 21: 42 New
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        Quote: Rich
        Damn, I can’t help acting out, why are there shame

        Then

        Well, you can make a joke ... laughing
        To harness a small horse if the battery sits down laughing
      2. Ezekiel 24 January 2020 22: 54 New
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        An easy manipulator begs
        1. Boris Chernikov 24 January 2020 23: 51 New
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          I won’t be surprised if they show another “insect” in a year, but with a manipulator / water cannon with a total weight of up to 40 kg ..
          1. Ezekiel 24 January 2020 23: 56 New
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            Quote: Boris Chernikov
            I won’t be surprised if they show another "insect" in a year

            Yes, now the topic is booming. There will be "insects", including crawling and walking both under 40 and under 100 kg.
            And under 100 g and under 10 g by the way, too. Both simple and with artificial intelligence.
            It is a trend to replace a fighter on the battlefield.
            PS This robot seems to need a set of interchangeable mine clearing tools. Like the first step.
            1. Boris Chernikov 25 January 2020 00: 04 New
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              Well, the kit is already there and is used in Syria .. in fact, cheap and effective.
              1. Ezekiel 25 January 2020 00: 25 New
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                Quote: Boris Chernikov
                Well, the kit is already there and is used in Syria .. in fact, cheap and effective.

                It is not visible what it can be attached to. In theory, it should be removable as a manipulator tool, or as a removable block module.
                1. Boris Chernikov 26 January 2020 23: 28 New
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                  Well, the current set is already mounted on wheel drives, and the rest will then be set
  4. 1001 24 January 2020 16: 38 New
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    As previously reported, the Scorpio robot is a further development of the Scarab lightweight sapper robot used by Russian sappers in Syria.

    Yes, in Syria, Russia has a lot to break in .. Such experienced sappers, as in Russia, I think nowhere else in the world .. Intuition works mostly.
    1. rich 24 January 2020 16: 47 New
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      SCORPIO small-sized portable remote-controlled robotic reconnaissance and clearance complex




      DESCRIPTION
      The complex is designed for reconnaissance, trawling of detonating and pressure sensors of the target of anti-personnel mines and improvised explosive devices, for delivering an explosive charge (standard destruction charges) weighing up to 25 kg and for the rapid collection of video and audio information in hard-to-reach places dangerous to humans.
      FEATURES
      Remote-controlled rods for engaging subversive stretch marks.
      Remote-controlled plow for engaging pressurized explosive devices in the ground up to 3-5cm.
      Remote-controlled device for uncoupling a trailer with a payload.
      Digital data transmission and control channel.
      The ability to move during a 180 ° flip (automatically flips the image on the remote control screen).
      Reverse control - does not require a product turn.
      Digital rotary heading and stern video cameras.
      Possibility of climbing stairs using rods.
      The possibility of a coup using rods.
      Armor protection - up to 2 kg of TNT equivalent
      TECH SPECS:
      Dimensions, mm 587 x 495 x 206
      Weight, kg 17
      Radio channel operating range, m 1000, not less
      Range of working frequencies, MHz 1110–1230
      Digital, rotary course and stern video cameras
      Resolution of VGA camcorders (FULL HD - optional)
      Camera rotation angle +/- 85 ° (vertical)
      Camera angles
      swivel heading 80 °
      swivel aft 120 °
      Backlight White / IR
      GLONASS / GPS Navigation
      Time of continuous work, h 4, not less
      Maximum speed, km / h 12
      Li-PO Battery Power Supply
      Overcoming obstacles up to 200 mm, slope up to 30 degrees.
      Electronic brake
      Operating temperature range, ° C from -20 to +50
      Humidity (at +25 degrees C),% 98
  5. rruvim 24 January 2020 16: 57 New
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    Why are they (these products) constantly called robots, because these are just radio-controlled cars with gadgets ...
    1. 1001 24 January 2020 17: 04 New
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      Quote: rruvim
      Why are they (these products) constantly called robots, because these are just radio-controlled cars with gadgets ...

      Well, not really .. There are surely different programs laid down for this or that action .. Well, for example, returning to the base or moving back and forth in zigzags .. A robot is a program, something like that .. hi
      1. rruvim 24 January 2020 17: 11 New
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        Confidence is certainly a good thing. But in TTX, which was announced at the top (in the post), our comrade does not have this confidence. Here on the box of the Chinese quadric, which I gave my son for Christmas, is written in large and clear in Cyrillic: Return to take-off point - Flight on points. Here it is, something reminiscent of the work of robots. But in "SCORPIO" there is nothing like that.
        1. 1001 24 January 2020 17: 22 New
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          Quote: rruvim
          from this, something resembles the work of robots. But in "SCORPIO" there is nothing like that.

          You asked, I answered as I understand and I’m not going to enter into a discussion, which I don’t really understand .. What are you so excited about ... right away.
          1. rruvim 24 January 2020 17: 24 New
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            Sorry ... if that. Just a discussion. And I am calm.
            1. 1001 24 January 2020 17: 50 New
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              Quote: rruvim
              Sorry ... if that. Just a discussion. And I am calm.

              And you forgive me, something blurted out there about robots without knowing the basics .. hi
        2. Boris Chernikov 25 January 2020 00: 05 New
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          But why should he return? This is a cheap RTK-consumable in fact
      2. Zoldat_A 24 January 2020 21: 51 New
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        Quote: 1001
        There, I’m sure different programs are laid down, for one or another action .. Well, for example, returning to the base or moving forward backward in zigzags .. A robot is a program, something like that ..

        Is it a robot too? laughing

        But also programmable ...

        In general, with respect to the concept of "robot" and the laws of robotics, Isaac Asimov chewed in enough detail (sometimes even too detailed). Unfortunately, I read for a long time and I can’t quote from memory. But in late childhood I read out - during the holidays I spent all daylight hours in the reading room. There was no subscription in the library. good
        1. rruvim 25 January 2020 00: 04 New
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          Isaac Asimov has the most basic law for robots:
          - Do no harm to man.
          But this is about robots like AI (artificial intelligence), but they simply, for now, and I think in the future, do not exist and will not exist.
          1. Zoldat_A 25 January 2020 00: 08 New
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            Quote: rruvim
            Isaac Asimov has the most basic law for robots:
            - Do no harm to man.
            But this is about robots like AI (artificial intelligence), but they simply, for now, and I think in the future, do not exist and will not exist.

            In the context, I think a “robot” is something that can make decisions based on a given algorithm, given the variability of the situation. A calculator, even programmable, of course, cannot. And the rest is with Isaac Asimov.
            1. rruvim 25 January 2020 00: 23 New
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              We can go into such "wilds" ... For example, in the world (universe) WARHAMMER40K robots are forbidden, they are replaced by servitors with a human brain in which there are only "tasks", while they effectively perform their functions, being autonomousMoreover, under the prohibition of the Holy Inquisition, they cannot even be called robots. But these "children's toys" rely entirely on the actions of the operator. Therefore, the word "robotic complex" is not something that is not the topic, but in the sense it is not at all. And if a person is an engineer, and just a thinking person will never call a "scarab" a robot. Just as the operator of the Global Hawke will never call his "ward" a robot.
    2. nm76 24 January 2020 17: 58 New
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      They are called robots because it sounds awesome!
      Indeed, you must admit that the operator of a radio-controlled machine or an officer controlling a combat robot is a completely different term in importance. Here the last inspires fear in the enemy, and the first is closer to childishness)))
    3. Boris Chernikov 24 January 2020 23: 51 New
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      correctly called - RTK robotic complex
  6. rruvim 24 January 2020 17: 18 New
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    In general, it would be correct to assign to these so-called "robots" the term remotely controlled visualization module (RLMS). It is not clear on the subject. fellow
    1. Ezekiel 24 January 2020 23: 13 New
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      A "camera on wheels" does not fit?
      The next step: an easy manipulator. Then came the block of artificial intelligence.
      Everything is gradual.
  7. sergo1914 24 January 2020 17: 39 New
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    A cannon from above and lords for 70 can stir up a heavy tank project.
    1. rruvim 24 January 2020 17: 52 New
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      You can gun "boa" with a finger from the robot Fedor. And also lards for 70 tons.
  8. Thrifty 24 January 2020 17: 52 New
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    He needs an all-round camera, and infrared sensors. ..
    1. rruvim 24 January 2020 18: 17 New
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      He also needs something like Cyranose 320. By and large, all those tasks and even on order more than this radio-controlled machine with GPS, an ordinary dog ​​(even a dachshund is possible) with a mini HD camera with a wi-fi attached to the collar can solve it. Cheap and cheerful. smile
      1. Vadmir 24 January 2020 19: 26 New
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        an ordinary dog ​​(even a dachshund is possible) with a mini HD camera with a wi-fi mounted on a collar completely solves it. Cheap and cheerful.
        How cruel to the dog. And it’s not cheaper, you need to raise a dog, train it, and this is the salary of a dog handler plus feeding a dog. The same plastic crafts cost a penny and do not mind her.
        1. rruvim 24 January 2020 22: 01 New
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          The same plastic craft is worth a penny

          On the public procurement website, she (this toy) costs 720 per item. That would be enough for the dog and trainer for a year.
          1. Ezekiel 24 January 2020 23: 17 New
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            Quote: rruvim
            On the public procurement website, she (this toy) costs 720 per item

            Where is the link? Will you show?
            1. rruvim 24 January 2020 23: 23 New
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              I am not a public procurement search service. I can give a link to brokers, they for a fee after registration (personal data) will be found on 120 e-mail. sites in Russia order MO for "Scarab" and "Scorpio."
              1. Ezekiel 24 January 2020 23: 25 New
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                Quote: rruvim
                I am not a public procurement search service.

                So I thought you were just bullshit and yap.
                Why write with a link to the procurement website if this is not there?
                Pest? am
                1. rruvim 24 January 2020 23: 30 New
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                  Good. Can you call the manufacturer organization itself? Since morning.
                  https://www.set-1.ru/products/detail.php?ELEMENT_ID=140
                  1. Ezekiel 24 January 2020 23: 35 New
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                    No, of course. I'm in a different city and time zone.
                    And tomorrow I have a Shabbat. And the polar night outside the window ...
                    So what about a public procurement site? And mythical prices 720 000 ?
                    1. rruvim 24 January 2020 23: 58 New
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                      On Saturday, you can drink wine. drinks Specifically, by my occupation, I have to track the demand for government purchases on CNC machines under an agreement with organizations (brokers) that do this. We have about 110-120 electronic platforms in Russia. But sometimes - they (brokers) throw me info and something similar. Those. a machine with the CELOS system can be passed off as some kind of robotic complex for the Moscow Region. Here is a “scarab” aka “scorpion” passed for 720 rupees apiece. But you can call directly to the factory (or whatever it is called), they will surely make a discount of thousands by 000.
                      1. Ezekiel 25 January 2020 00: 04 New
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                        Quote: rruvim
                        Specifically, by my occupation, I have to track public procurement demand

                        Me too. For different products. This is now the common destiny of all - to track the procurement website.
                        The price you indicated is 720 000 completely unbelievable and implausible.
                      2. rruvim 25 January 2020 00: 12 New
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                        Call the phone number of this office. I assure you: all prices on public procurement are inflated three-four times, this is how the Russian economy works. But in this case, I assure you, if they answer you, then the amount of this “machine” may even be for a lemon. There is nothing Russian there, entirely imported components.
                      3. Ezekiel 25 January 2020 00: 16 New
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                        Quote: rruvim
                        There is nothing Russian there, entirely imported components.

                        Do you have any specific information on the configuration of the product? Or are you fantasizing again? lol
                      4. rruvim 25 January 2020 00: 33 New
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                        Just an experience. If I were given a lemon and a plier with a screwdriver, I would first of all prove that the LEDs are Cree XP-L and then (as they are being disassembled) according to the list ...
                      5. Ezekiel 25 January 2020 00: 41 New
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                        Quote: rruvim
                        If I were given a lemon and a screwdriver plier

                        I expected you to write that this is a Chinese (as an option Taiwanese, Korean Japanese) product, quite well-known in circles close to the Children's World with a nameplate glued.
                        PS In other words, what do we have by night? How much does Scorpio cost? You don’t know, or rather you invented some fantastic figure, of which it also consists, you know who produces, however. Which does not stop you from freely discussing all of the above topics. Two questions - Why? At least something real (in the sense of not fictitious) can you say?
                      6. rruvim 25 January 2020 00: 54 New
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                        I can! For whom is Saturday, and for whom is Thursday! drinks
                        How much does a “scarab” especially for you I recognize (I myself became interested).
                        As for the "filling" - everything is written by the manufacturer.
                        And I saw a kind of burning metal, like a kind of fire inside it around; from the sight of his loins and above, and from the sight of his loins and below, I saw a kind of fire, and the radiance was around him.
  • Operator 24 January 2020 21: 39 New
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    Quote: Zoldat_A
    my platoon would complete this task

    With reeds at the ready?
  • Dikson 25 January 2020 09: 43 New
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    Well, why is it robotic? It's just a radio-controlled conveyor .. a machine with remote control .. And what about robots in general ??? Because the LED bulbs blink and the cameras transmit the picture? In a children's toy-excavator, the bucket also rises and scoops up the sand .. - from this the children's toy does not become a "robot complex" .. Well, it allows you to hook some modules .. slingshots and forks .. I understand that it does not carry hydraulic scissors?