With their highly extensible hardware design, Freight autonomous mobile bases have become great enablers for researchers and corporate innovation centers looking to develop mobile robotic technologies.
|Base footprint||508mm (20in) wide, 559mm (22in) dia.|
|2D laser||25m, 220 degrees|
|Max speed||2.0m/s (4.47mph)|
|Processor||Intel i3, Haswell|
|Hard Drive||120GB SSD|
|Wireless||Integrated 802.11ABGN and 802.15.1|
|Speaker||Stereo speaker in base|
|Mount points||On top of base|
|Video port||HD video port|
|Other ports||2x USB, 2x Ethernet|
|Communication||USB, Ethernet, RS458|
|Installed software||Ubuntu Linux LTS, ROS|
|Installed applications||ROS Navigation, joystick teleop, calibration|
The Fetch Mobile Manipulator and Freight Research Base provide a common robotics platform for researchers around the world to collaborate and share research. Fetch Robotics research platforms were designed to work with the Robot Operating Systems (ROS) for the greatest common usability and familiarity.
Fetch Robotics CEO Melonee Wise was the second employee at famed robotics lab Willow Garage, where she helped create the Robot Operating System (ROS), the PR2 robot, as well as the Turtlebot. Since the launch of these products, they have become the standard tools used for robotics research and development.
Our short form video “Build Something,” which originally debuted at ROS World 2020, chronicles Melonee’s journey in the field of robotics and automation.
If you are looking to create your own customized automated solution for commercial deployment, Fetch Robotics offers the Freight100 Base, which includes upgraded hardware, more extensibility and power options, and our proven FetchCore software for customizing robot tasks.
Our partners have gone from design to deployment in as little as 3 months with accelerated development using the tools Fetch provides. Learn more about how you can bring your automation vision into reality with Freight100.