ClearBot’s depth camera gives the ability to see like humans and map the entire environment in 3D. With its omnidirectional wheels, the platform is free to move in any direction at any time. Its transparent design, extendable hardware, and open source software offer plenty of room for customized extensions. ClearBot is based on the most widely used software in robotics development called ROS (Robot Operating System). ROS gives open access to the latest software packages that are already used by worldwide known companies, such as, Boeing, Siemens, ABB, etc., and connects the industry with leading research institutions.


On-board computer  – Intel NUC7i5BNK

ProcessorIntel Core i5 (7th Gen) 7260U (2 cores, up to 3.4 GHz)
RAMDDR4 2133 MHz 4 GB
GPUIntel Iris Plus Graphics 640
Peripherals1x HDMI, 4 x USB 3.0 Type A, 1 x Thunderbolt 3/DisplayPort/USB-C 3.1 Gen2
StorageTranscend MTS420 M2.0 SSD 120 GB
NetworkIntel I219-V Gigabit Ethernet – RJ45
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Development board for external devices and motors- ARM NUCLEO-L476RG

CPUARM┬«32-bit Cortex┬«-M4, 
80 MHz
Debugging and programming interfaceST-LINK/V2-1

Motors – DC motors with encoders

Voltage12 V
Stall current5000 mA
Max rpm500
Max torque0.59 Nm
Gear Ratio19:1
Encoder resolution (motor)64 counts per revolution
Encoder resolution (gearbox)1200 counts per revolution

3D depth camera – Intel Realsense D435

Depth Stream Output Resolution1280 x 720
Depth Field of View horizontal85.2 deg
Depth Field of View vertical58 deg
RGB Sensor Resolution and Frame Rate1920 x 1080 at 30 fps
Minimum depth110 mm
Max rangeApprox.10 meters; Varies depending on calibration, scene, and lighting condition
Connection typeUSB 3 Type-C