The Cave Rover Project Update: This is one of those big deals but tough to explain, But for first time since I developed and invented the Cave Com system, today successfully tested a direct rover control to over 1,640 feet (500m) away!
The Cave ROVer Project Update: One installed custom mounted Ping360° Sonar….Check.
The Cave ROVer Project Update: And we have 360° Sonar! Just wired in, tested, vacuum testing and now to reassemble the ROV.
The Cave ROVer Update: In progress, that oh so joy and titillating task of disassembling the ROV. Time to install the Ping360° Sonar unit. Last evening CAD designed a center, forward-to-aft adjustable, top mount to begin testing. Future mounting option may include
The Cave ROVer Project: Look who has a 360° Sonar! w00h00! The Cave Rover Project in collaboration with BlueRobotics, will be gearing up to utilize this bad boy, the Ping360, in some truly unique and extreme environments, let the adventures begin! As
The Cave ROVer Update: First ever lake test! Just a brief test for visibility and buoyancy as we prepare for the arrival of the 360° Sonar Monday, via our project sponsor BlueRobotics. The Cave Rover Project, in collaboration with the DNR and
While investigating why Cave Rover had a lean on the right tread in photos, turns out poor little robot had a broken metal shaft bushing. My guess has be there since the mishap when squished to half its height under 120lbs Big
Cave Rover™ traveled to Squire Boone Caverns to meet with Santa and fans.
Letting the internet control the robots in the Cave Rover Laboratories and making new friends.
The Cave Rover Project Update: We are truly excited to announce 3D Image Cloud Processing Sponsor Pix4D!! The Cave Rover Project and Pix4D will be collaborating for case study utilizing their powerful processing with our unique environment exploration robotics. This is an