The visitors, during the MSPO exhibition, also had a chance to get acquainted with the modernized Explorer system, allowing the user to zoom in on the image and change the lighting. According to Andrzej Woźniak, PIAP’s sales specialist, the device is usable within the scope of observing hardly accessible areas or areas where threat emerges. It may also be used for the purpose of covert observation.
PIAP’s booth additionally featured a modernized TRM Tactical Thrown Robot, as well as GRYF and IBIS systems. The Institute was also presenting the accessories that can be used with robots.
- “PIAP [Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements] is continuously pursuing a strategy of supporting any activities related to neutralization (...) of threats (...), safe execution of those tasks, supporting the human in inaccessible or extremely dangerous conditions” - as it was stressed by Andrzej Woźniak, sales specialist at PIAP.