The Remote Tactical Support System (RTSS) is designed to address law-enforcement and military agencies' need to have
robotic platforms with larger payloads and extended run time. Designed using the Polaris Ranger MVRS, the robotic platform
provides security and safety personnel with the largest towing and payload capacity, as well as the longest run time of any
counter IED robotic platform available today.
The RTSS is a true multi-purpose vehicle that can provide enhanced capabilities, safety, and situational awareness to first responders in many different environments. Controlled by PRS' Advanced Robotic Intelligence System (ARIS), the RTSS can be operated from a safe distance for a multitude of missions.
Sensor and video telemetry are relayed back to the operator over
large distances (>1km line of sight), allowing first responders to formulate appropriate responses to a multitude of threats.
Night operation is facilitated with the powerful on-board spotlights, while the human-drivable operating mode allows the
vehicle to be used in many day-to-day operations.
Optional payloads such as a GPS for mapping, robotic arm for remote manipulation, or many other additional sensors can be added to augment the platform's already vast capabilities. The number of applications of the RTSS are virtually endless, representing a significant increase in value over other single-purpose EOD or tactical robots.