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On Thursday officers used the empty -- of Crockett high school to show off the capabilities of the military robot and -- -- to deploy on the streets of Boston.
It can quickly climbs stairs and go back down.
Strong enough to -- doors open.
And it's so durable it can be -- for a window.
-- -- in Iran itself and continual -- you're -- -- is behind the controls of the ER re appointment.
We want -- mobile fast I dial with the camera that we can send into a house and -- can quickly cleared the house for us.
Or hopefully give us an idea -- someone hiding in -- It's one of several miniature robots the department is testing it has two cameras Cortez can monitor the video live -- he directs the movement.
Such technology would be used by patrol officers.
There's a lot of calls where I -- open door will weather be the wind blew it open or the house got burglarized and the suspects left with the door open.
An officer could send -- send to investigate currently officers let's walk inside and make sure the house is safe.
You never know in a situations if someone is still under way for -- -- and the situation or just -- house.
The residents and an officer and take that chance but -- robot like this but -- -- in -- robot if it happens to be someone in there we know for sure if it's not and we not do.
And what's the talents and outside and in Tampa plant.
Time is a big factor right now with officers feel in -- suspect may be inside a home they must call -- the swat team.
That sometimes takes hours it also calls that apartment anywhere from 7000 to 20000 dollars per call.
Just Tuesday officers spent nearly three hours surrounding a home only to learn it was empty.
-- this robot can get the job done in minutes 2000 square foot house two stories -- clear about five minutes and may be keep officers and the public safer.
Growing at a disadvantage so hopefully with a robot we can partisan and it.
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