Ghost Robotics | Runner-up in Autonomous Systems Category
Ghost Robotics has developed unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) that the company says are superior to wheels and tracks when venturing outdoors. These quad-legged robotics feature reduced mechanical complexity with total software (SDK) control when compared to other legged and traditional wheeled and tracked UGVs on the market.
The company says that in reducing complexity, it inherently increases durability, agility and battery life, and reduces the cost to build and deploy autonomous robots. The modular design model allows ecosystem vendors to build solution specific quad-UGVs for virtually any use-case.
Ghost has a portfolio of easy-to-operate legged and hybrid UGVs from very small, foldable and ultra-fast ISR and public safety devices, including disposable warfare and marine swimmer models; to small and medium asset inspection, scientific and in-building security robots; and larger perimeter and all-campus security, logistics and delivery, and heavy task-mules. The can function as tele-operated, assisted or fully autonomous.