Security on land and from the air

Security product solutions from Security Robotics

The Security Robotics portfolio comprises a wide range of individually configurable robots. The robots are suitable for a multitude of applications, and each type has its own speciality – from monitoring and measuring facilities, buildings, machinery and terrain to access control and intelligent solutions for reception areas. Security Robotics' clients benefit from the precision and productivity of their work, and the robots bring measurable improvements in quality – whether giving tours, surveying facilities or providing reception services.

Quadruped robots
All-terrain robots for small to medium-sized sites

For medium-sized to large sites, regardless of terrain

Wheel-driven robots
All-terrain robots for medium-sized to large sites

Digital reception service
Versatile stationary or mobile assistant

We create bespoke technology

with tailor-made software and hardware

What sets Security Robotics apart from the competition:
rather than merely buying robots, we have in-house specialists who write our own software – tailor-made
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From first analysis to ongoing support
Security Robotics begins every project with a security analysis, because every situation brings a different set of requirements and calls for specific protective measures. read more ...

Selection of possible areas of application

Artificial intelligence
Technology of the future

Maximum precision for patrols, access control and measurements

The quadruped robot from Security Robotics is your new all-terrain colleague. It is resilient, learns in a matter of milliseconds and is connected to a security network at all times. It can be deployed in a variety of ways – from standing guard to inspecting buildings and surveying facilities and properties. The robot has reliably demonstrated its abilities in settings such as the radioactive Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and a number of oil platforms.

Comfortable on any terrain

As well as walking forwards, backwards and sideways, the robot can go up and down curbs and steps. It safely navigates almost any terrain, whether tarmac, metal, gravel or grass.

Comfortable in hostile environments

The quadruped robot feels right at home in environments that are dangerous for humans. Extreme temperatures, radiation and gases pose it no threat. And as it makes its rounds, it can even transport a load of up to 14 kilograms.

Compact size, high performance

The quadruped robot is not only impressive on open terrain, but also in places where humans can't move around, such as restricted zones and confined spaces.

Knows no fear,
but recognises danger

A high-resolution, 360° all-round camera and ultra-bright LED light help the robot and operators at the connected control centre to detect changes in the environment. It is equally adept at recognising people and objects.

Highly alert, precise and artificially intelligent

Its Light Detection and Ranging system (LiDAR) relies on the reflection of electromagnetic waves. Using LiDAR, the quadruped robot can read instruments, measure space and even map its environment – to the nearest millimetre, without a hint of fatigue.

Eager to learn in a matter of milliseconds

Dynamic algorithms help the robot to draw lessons from every situation it encounters. If the control centre gives the all-clear for a certain object, for example, the robot will no longer sound the alarm when it detects it in the future.

The skill set of your new colleague

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The quadruped robot easily negotiates steep slopes, rocks and steps. It also moves smoothly across loose gravel and wet grass.


Thanks to an HD camera and LiDAR light detection system, nothing escapes its attention. The robot is always on guard and reports any change in its surroundings.


Thanks to artificial intelligence, it does not follow a rigid programme, but uses dynamic algorithms to constantly improve.


With an average operating time of 90 minutes and a replaceable battery, it can also carry a weight of up to 14 kilograms.


The robot follows routes that you have defined – either alone or in the presence of a human colleague, as the situation requires.


The robot reacts dynamically to avoid collisions. An impact protection system averts damage in the event of an accident. It can stand back up on its own, is resistant to dust and rain, and can withstand temperatures ranging from -20°C to 45°C.