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What’s New in Spot Release 3.3

June 14, 2023

Lights, Camera, Sensing! The industry standard for dangerous and routine autonomous inspections just got better, now with a brand new set of features and hardware for Spot.

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What's New in Spot Release 3.3

Boston Dynamics announces brand new features and hardware for Spot, an industry standard for dangerous and routine autonomous inspections. Critical industrial tasks like thermal monitoring, acoustic leak detection, and gauge reading are made easier through our automated inspection solutions.

  • Thermal Inspection: Capture multiple regions of interest in a single photo. View and compare temperatures across the photo in data review and set alerts for temperature differences between up to three regions of interest.
  • Gauge Reading: Inspect analog gauges across your site, monitor trends through Scout, and trigger alerts on abnormal readings with a gauge reading computer vision add-on provided by our partner Levatas.
  • Acoustic Imaging: Trigger acoustic inspection actions that provide alerts on abnormal noise readings with a Fluke SV600 payload.
  • Scout User Improvements: Our remote operation software Scout now features new permissions sets and a dashboard to review your robots’ progress. For all inspection types, you can now edit mission and action parameters later in Scout, without needing to re-record a mission.

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