Dingo is a light-weight, compact indoor mobile robot designed for robotics research and education. Available in two drive systems, differential and omnidirectional, with expandable power and computing options, Dingo is ideal for a wide range of robotic applications including autonomous navigation, mobile manipulation and mapping. Dingo offers native ROS and Gazebo integration and is plug-and-play compatible with a wide range of robot sensors and accessories.
Dingo’s modular design allows it to be fully customized and tailored to the your specific application. Dingo comes in two drive systems, differential (Dingo-D) and omnidirectional (Dingo-O), with expandable power and computing options, making it ideal for a wide range of indoor robotic applications.
As with all Clearpath mobile robots, Dingo is compatible with an extensive range of third-party sensors and accessories, including lidars, cameras, manipulators and more. Sensors and payloads are easily added to the robot with its flexible mounting system, accessible on-board power, and reconfigurable I/O.
Dingo is shipped with the open-source Robot Operating System (ROS), allowing researchers to get started quickly with existing research and widely available ROS libraries. Dingo is also supported in Gazebo Physics Simulator, RViz and MoveIT! Motion planner.
RUGGED & RELIABLE
Dingo’s lightweight yet strong aluminum chassis allows it to withstand the rigors of robotics testing in indoor environments, while being ultra portable and easy to transport. Spend more time running experiments and less time maintaining your robot.
GET STARTED QUICKLY
Dingo comes with rich user documentation, demos and tutorials to help you get started quickly and hassle-free.
DINGO-D (DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE)
SIZE AND WEIGHT
|EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS||551 x 517 x 110 mm
(21.7 x 20.3 x 4.33 in)
|MAX PAYLOAD||20 kg
SPEED AND PERFORMANCE
|DRIVERS AND API||
ROS Melodic, Gazebo, MoveIt!