TFT has manufactured a number of remotely controlled tracked and wheeled vehicles capable of operating in hostile environments. These have each been designed to meet particular tasks, but in all cases have been based on the principle of rugged construction to ensure maximum reliability. They are man portable and capable of carrying a range of devices on their operational arms. All are equipped with colour cameras, slaved to the operational mounting, but they can also be fitted with additional cameras to aid navigation and umbilical management. Sizes range from small (less than 300 mm wide) to larger vehicles capable to lifting loads up to 5 Kgs using a manipulator fitted to the operational head.
Some of these vehicles have been highly specialised, such as the ones to inspect the steam separators in the still active reactor at Chernobyl, whilst others have been highly versatile and able to operate in buildings or in rough outdoor conditions. They can be fully self contained, with internal batteries giving 1 to 2 hours of operational use between recharging, or they can be continuously powered from the base station, via the umbilical.