CSIP of Weymouth, United Kingdom, has released a new mini search inspection robot. The Mini INBOT has been designed for audio-video inspection and survey missions for explosives in confined zones such as pipelines, under vehicles, and inside buildings. The remotely controlled INBOT fits into very tight spaces. It measures 250 x 155 x 110 millimeters, weighs 2.1 kilograms, and has a maximum speed of 0.5 meters per second. The robot has three built-in cameras with features including 4x digital zoom and night and daytime color vision capabilities. In low lighting, the camera changes to black-and-white automatically. LED and infrared lighting are built-in. The robot is controlled using a tablet PC command unit and mini-joystick. It can also be operated using touchscreen and cruise-control functions. A sensitive microphone allows operators to listen in via headphones.