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Boston Dynamics - Spot Enterprise Package (with Docking Station)

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  • Tablet control
  • Autowalk up to 1000m in length
  • Dual band b/g/n WiFi
  • Controllable payload power
  • Self-charging
  • High-speed data offload
  • Metrics opt-out
  • Enhanced safety options

    Weight: 32.7 kg

    Email us at or call us on 1800 119 111 to purchase this product.

    Spot Enterprise comes equipped with self-charging capabilities and the Spot Dock, allowing it to perform longer inspection tasks and data collection missions with little to no human interaction.

    Spot is an agile mobile robot that navigates terrain with unprecedented mobility, allowing you to automate routine inspection tasks and data capture safely, accurately, and frequently.

    The results? Safer, more efficient, and more predictable operations.


    • Carry and power up to 14kg of inspection equipment.
    • Control the robot from afar using an intuitive tablet application and built-in stereo cameras.
    • Program repeatable autonomous missions to gather consistent data.


    • Use 360° perception to map terrain and avoid obstacles as they appear.
    • Balance dynamically in uncertain surroundings with payloads of up to 14kg.
    • Cruise over loose gravel, grass, curbs, and stairs.


    • Utilise pre-built solutions from an existing network of third-party software and hardware providers.
    • Attach and integrate unique outside hardware using mounting rails and payload ports.
    • Use the Software Development Kit (SDK) to create custom controls, program autonomous missions, and integrate sensor inputs into data analysis tools.


    Inspect progress on construction sites, create digital twins, and compare as-built conditions to Building Information Modeling (BIM) autonomously with Spot.

    OIL & GAS

    Create autonomous routes or drive the robot to remotely inspect facilities and improve awareness of plant operations.


    Create autonomous routes or drive the robot to remotely perform inspections in electrified or radiation dense areas.


    Create routine tunnel inspection routes and attach additional payloads to take measurements and ensure safe working conditions.


    Set Spot up to do autonomous inspection rounds or use the robot to create digital twins of a plant in advance of rework.


    Drive Spot remotely to get eyes on dangerous situations or inspect hazardous packages from afar.


    Program dynamic movements and expressive poses through the API or drive the robot in real-time as part of a performance.


    Integrate Spot with sensors and software to develop applications with industry partners. Academic pricing available.

      • Spot Enterprise
      • x2 Spot batteries
      • Spot battery charger
      • Tablet controller and charger
      • Robot case for storage and transportation
      • Power case for battery and charger storage and transportation
      • Calibration panel
      • Python client packages for the Spot API’s
      • Software updates when available
      • Standard warranty

      Length = 1100 mm (43.3 in)

      Width = 500 mm (19.7 in)

      Height (Sitting) = 191 mm (7.5 in)

      Default Height (Walking) = 610 mm (24.0 in)

      Max Height (Walking) = 700 mm (27.6 in)

      Min Height (Walking) = 520 mm (20.5 in)

      Net mass/weight = 32.7 kg (72.1 lbs)


      Battery capacity = 605 Wh

      Average runtime (no payload) = 90 mins

      Standby time = 180 mins

      Recharge time = 120 mins

      Mass/Weight = 4.2 kg (9.3 lbs)



      Battery capacity = 605 Wh

      Average runtime (no payload) = 90 mins

      Standby time = 180 mins

      Recharge time = 120 mins

      Mass/Weight = 5.2 kg (11.5 lbs)


      Length = 1140 mm (44.9 in)

      Width = 414 mm (16.3 in)

      Height = 403 mm (15.9 in)

      Mass/Weight = 22 kg (50 lbs)

      Input = 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz 8A

      Output = 58V at 12A

      Time to 80% charge = 50 mins (@ 25C)/2.5 hours (@ 35C)

      Time to 100% charge = 2 hours (@25C)/ 3.5 hours (@35C)

      Operating Temp = 0C to 35C

      Lighting = Ambient light required

      Mounting = Bolt/tie down locations provided

      Gigabit Ethernet passthrough to robot

      cTUVus Certified to UL 1564 and CSA C22.2 No. 107.2


      Input voltage = 100-240VAC 50/60Hz 5.5A Max

      Output = 35-58.6 VDC 7.2A Max

      Operating temperature = 0 to 40°C



      WiFi 2.4Ghz b/g/n

      WiFi Dual band 802.11ac support (Enterprise only, availability dependent on region)

      Gigabit Ethernet



      Ingress protection = IP54

      Operating temperature = -20 to 45°C



      Horizontal field of view = 360°

      Range = 4 m (13 ft)

      Lighting = > 2 Lux

      Collision avoidance = maintains set distance from stationary obstacles



      Max speed = 1.6 m/s

      Max slope = ±30°

      Max step height = 300 mm (11.8 in)



      Max weight = 14 kg total (30.9 lbs)

      Mounting area = 850 mm (L) x 240 mm (W) x 270m m (H)

      Mounting interface = M5 T-slot rails

      Connector = DB25 (2 ports)

      Power supply = Unregulated DC 35-58.8V, 150W per port

      Integration = Available software API and hardware interface control documentation



      Length = 927 mm (36.5 in)

      Width = 546 mm (21.5 in)

      Height = 464 mm (18.25 in)

      Net weight = 47.6 kg (105 lbs)



      Length = 559 mm (22 in)

      Width = 432 mm (17 in)

      Height = 267 mm (10.5 in)

      Mass/Weight (without batteries) = 9.7 kg (21.4 lbs)



      Height = 143.6 mm (5.7 in)

      Width = 274 mm (10.8 in)

      Depth = 53 mm (2.1 in)

      Weight = 580 g (1.3 lbs)

      Touch Screen Size = 7” diagonal

      Resolution = 1920x1200



      • Designed according to ISO 12100 for risk assessment and reduction methodology and IEC 60204-1 for electrical safety. See the Information for use for complete details on intended uses
      •  EMC: FCC Part 15A
      • Radio equipment: Incorporates a FCC Part 68 Certified radio system
      • Laser product = Class 1 eye-safe per IEC 60825-1:2007 & 2014

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