MARS Robotics | OUR FOCUS

 

MARS Robotics team focus is to provide innovative autonomous robotic systems solutions for various applications. MARS Robotics is an OEM robotic technology for providing autonomous robotic solutions in the area of hardware, peripherals, networks, software, support, service, and training for various applications such as homeland security, surveillance, search and rescue, etc. Ultimately, we are providing ITAR free technology for control and guidance of robotic autonomous ground and aerial vehicles. MARS Robotics provides reliability, and confidence, and independence, and assurance its customers of continuous support and assures them that their business will not suffer any technology disaster for any unforeseen reason. MARS Robotics serves its clients as a trusted ally, providing them with the loyalty of a business partner and the economics of an outside vendor. We make sure that our clients have what they need to run their business as well as possible, with maximum efficiency and reliability. Since many of our information applications are mission critical, we give our clients the confidence that we will be there when they need us. The size of UXV MARS Robotics is targeting are in the category of mini UAVs or UAVs class 0 which are effective for civil applications and this would allow MARS Robotics to cope with investments driven to the power of size as well as avoiding the restricted trade on the prohibitive military hardware market.

    In summary, the products MARS Robotics provides:

  • Unmanned mini and short range aerial vehicles in the category of fixed wing, rotary wing, and hybrid vehicles for surveillance and other applications.
  • Provide system integration for aerial vehicles with key commercial autopilots such as Piccolo, Kestrel, and Micropilot for customers requiring surveillance platforms (aerial, ground, and surface applications.)
  • Provide technical support for autonomous systems integration, adaptation, procurement, and development.
  • MARS Robotics started development of its own daylight vision payload and planning on pursuing other vision payloads in the future.