The body size of SCOUT2.0 has been reduced by 25% from that of SCOUT1.0, this allows it to seamlessly transition from indoor to outdoor environments increasing the possibilities for deployment.
SCOUT2.0 implements the same four-wheel drive feature that was used for SCOUT1.0 with each wheel having an independent 200w brushless servo motor. SCOUT2.0 also adopts double-transverse arm independent suspension, greatly improving the adaptability to traverse a wide range of terrain while ensuring payloads are kept stable. As a result, it can easily surmount 10cm obstacles.
External Expansion and Secondary Development Supported
SCOUT2.0, contains an independent control system which is utilized for motion control. This control system can be interfaced through serial port / standard CAN busbar and allows for secondary development through the use of an open source SDK or ROS.