The following is a Robotic FX, Inc. press release:
Robotic FX Negotiator Tactical Surveillance Robot Gets Endorsed by Corrections Special Operations Community
Worth, IL – Robotic FX, Inc. has unveiled its Negotiator Tactical Surveillance
Robot – the first low-cost robotic system [unmanned ground vehicle (UGV)] designed to help first-responders make informed decisions from a safe distance.
Robotic FX, Inc. has been endorsed as the "Official Tactical Robotic System Provider"of the Corrections Spec-Ops Community, CERTOps.com and the CERT Tactical Network. Robotic FX, Inc. and US C-SOG (United States Corrections-Special Operations Group) are currently working the nations first “Robotic Forward Combat Control Program”. US C-SOG is the nations largest Private Government Corrections Special Operations Firm in the US. The Robotic FX, Inc.-FCC program is being spear headed by STL Joseph Garcia and SOU-Team 2. More details in the coming weeks.
In 2007 Robotic FX, Inc. has made special plans to…
service the Corrections Spec-Ops community’s needs and demands through customer service and technical design/development support.
The Negotiator Tactical Surveillance Robot / Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) is currently used by local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and has had proven success with search & rescue operations, Emergency Response Teams, SWAT Teams, HAZMAT Teams and Homeland Defense.
Robotic FX, Inc. designs and manufactures a low cost robotic solution to remote decision making in an effort to help save lives. For more information, please visit our website at www.roboticfx.com or contact Mike Asimor at (630) 549-0480.
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Contact: Mike Asimor
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