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General Atomics International has the finest industrial robots in the world. Buy two or more GAI robots and save! Special deal on 'Mr. Handy' models!Advertising applet

General Atomics International (GAI) was a pre-War company specializing in industrial robotics, energy, weapons, and software up until the Great War.


全球最著名的工业机器人制造商之一。[3]通用原子是首批将现代机器人引入市场的公司之一,从2037年的巧手先生开始,作为通用的工程和保全单位,它被广泛应用于美国和墨西哥市场(尤其是2042年墨西哥城地震后)。it was a rugged, reliable design, which received just one 主要硬件更新 in 2039, to eliminate a bug causing interference in the operation of the multiple arms.[4]

Although the model was vastly successful, it was still a design rooted in the technology of the 2030s, with a compact computer brain that was incapable of learning or executing complex tasks without extensive programming. 到了2070年代,it was an automaton surrounded by more advanced designs utilizing cutting edge neural networks.为了保持市场份额,通用原子与罗伯科工业合作,将其人才与通用原子在机器人领域的经验结合起来 。[5][6]The resulting model was a sleek, elegant design capable of self-programming and initiative, more than making up for halving the number of arms to just three. Despite its sophistication, it was also cost-effective, making it the perfect domestic servant robot.[7][8] The success of the joint venture resulted in2072年, the U.S. Army tapping 通用原子国际公司与罗科工业创造自由至尊[9] and spearhead the creation of Robobrains at Robotics Technology Facility RB-2851 in Boston, Massachusetts.[10]

除了机器人,通用原子国际公司还制造了供不同用途的核反应爐,例如providing 避难所的备用电源,[11] 用波/粒子分流器提供激光武器能源,[12]甚至还试验了 with autonomous, automated robot networks supposed to maintain a facility independently. 然而,他們的自主管理系统证明是一场灾难,[13]许多的死亡事件导致通用原子购物广场关闭[14][15],直到韌體更新可以安裝到受影响的机器人上為止。伤亡人员included the human supervisor who was legally required to be present on site,但公司并未此而破产;[16]這可以归结为他们透過贿赂等手段對幸存者封口(called "immediate financial settlement" in corpospeak).[14]



Mister Handy was one of General Atomics International's flagship products before the war.

主页面: Mister Handy

Mister Handy was produced by General Atomics International as a house-keeping and defensive robot, able to help out around the house and defend itself and possibly others with its buzzsaw and flamethrower. Mister Handy is speech-capable, communicating in a polite English accent.

Mister Gutsy

主页面: Mister Gutsy

Mister Gutsy is a modified Type-II Mister Handy designed for military use by the U.S. Army. Mister Gutsy comes with a plasma weapon, flamethrower, and significantly better armor than Mister Handy.


主页面: Robobrain

The robobrain was created by GAI as a military robot for the US. It uses a real organic brain as its processor. Military models are capable of using integrated laser weapons, sonic projection rays, and have human-enough manipulator claws to wield submachine guns and rifles. The robobrain, by the time of the Great War, still experimental with the only test runs seen by the general populace and never seeing full-fledged release.

Miss Nanny

主页面: Miss Nanny

Miss Nanny is an alternative to the Mister Handy model, programmed to speak French, and English in a French accent.[17]

Mister Orderly

主页面: Mister Orderly

Mister Orderly, unlike the Mister Handy or Mister Gutsy, is dedicated to medical procedures and experimental surgery. It is not hard to distinguish it from a Mister Handy as it has a white paint job on the body and has white and blue arms, each bearing a red border. However, it has the same British butler voice of the Mister Handy series of robots.

They were not placed on the market or used by the U.S. Army, but were only delivered exclusively for the Big MT company in Big Mountain, specifically for their experimentation. Like the late models of the Mister Handy line, they are capable of quite eloquent speech with a stereotypical English accent. They have three pincers of a blue color instead of the saw blade and the blowtorch of the Type-I Mister Handy

Other products

  • Wave/particle diverter, a critical component of laser weapons.
  • AER9 laser rifle
  • Nuclear reactors: Produced primarily for Vault-Tec Corporation for use at the Vaults.[18]
  • BS7 transistor radio[19]
  • Washing machine
  • Dryer
  • In-Home Servant Interface 3.1
  • Director Management System
  • Askforhelp Helper System[20]

Sentinel power armor

Made in cooperation with West Tek, the Sentinel Control System was developed by General Atomics International, meant to provide support to military support to Army units by using pre-existing power armor pieces.


General Atomics International is mentioned in the Fallout manual, Fallout 76, Fallout 3, Fallout 4 and its add-on Automatron and Creation Club, but the company's products appear in all Fallout games.

Behind the scenes

The name is a reference to the real-world corporations General Atomics Technologies Corporation and General Electric, a nuclear physics and a home appliance specialized company.



  1. Fort Independence terminal entries; Research terminal
  2. Research Note - Laser Rifle
  3. The Vault Dweller: "[clarification needed]"
    Robot control terminal: "{120}{}{The style of industrial robots are commonly referred to as 'Robobrain'. [Click!] General Atomics International has the finest industrial robots in the world. Buy two or more GAI robots and save! Special deal on 'Mr. Handy' models! [Click!] Advertising applet terminated.}"
    (ROBCTRL.MSG) Note: This computer is located on level 1 of the Mariposa Military Base in Fallout.
  4. Mr. Handy design document: "The Mr. Handy series of robots was first brought to market in 2037 as a general construction and maintenance unit by General Atomics International. Primarily used in the United States and Mexico (where it was the leader in sales after the Mexico City quake of 2042), the Mr. Handy was a reliable robot. An early bug that caused interference in the operation of the multiple arms was fixed with a hardware update in 2039, with no major problems since then. A key selling feature is the nuclear power unit (a model 238B, licensed from Calpower) and self-maintenance modes. Multiple Mr. Handys are capable of keeping themselves in working condition and are also fully programmed to perform nuclear fuel replacements. Secondary programming handles radiation cleansing after refueling.
    Brain: Small brain with +3 DX booster (1 lb, .02 cf, $1,500), Complexity 3.
    Sensors: Basic sensors with One-Eye (.8 lbs, .02 cf, $4,000, -15 points).
    Communicator: Basic communicator with Disturbing Voice (.5 lbs, .01 cf, $125, 10 points).
    Arm Motors: Six arm motors ST20 extra-flexible (6 lbs, .12 cf, $6,000, .1 KW). Arm motors cost 60 points.
    Propulsion: Two 200 KW motive power ducted fans, vectored (147 lbs, 1.47 cf, $5,880) with GEV skirts.
    Accessories: Integral mechanic toolset (10 lbs, .2 cf, $200); Spotlight (2.5 lbs, .05 cf, $25).
    Power System: Routine power requirement 400.6 KW. One nuclear power unit with 200 KW output (225 lbs, 2.25 cf, $45,000, 2 year endurance). Eight rechargeable E-cells with 270,000 KWS output (20 lbs, .2 cf, $2,000). Point cost for power system is 30 points.
    Subassemblies: Head, two pods (“left pod” and “right pod”), six arms (“arm one” to “arm six”).
    Body Design: Houses nuclear power unit, rechargeable E-cells, integral mechanic toolset, and small brain.
    Head Design: Houses sensors, spotlight and communicator. Full rotation.
    Pod Design: Houses ducted fans.
    Arm Design: Houses arm motors and manipulators.
    Area: Body 16, Head 1.5, Left Pod 8, Right Pod 8, Arm 1.5 (x6), Total Surface Area 42.5.
    Structure: Normal structure (127.5 lbs, $4,250).
    Hit Points: Body 24, Head 2, Pod 12, Arm 5.
    Armor: Metal armor: Body DR 20, PD 4; Pod DR 20, PD 4; Arm DR 20, PD 4; Head DR 30, PD 4 (86.5 lbs, $1,730).
    Statistics: 907.8 lbs (.45 tonnes), 7.81 cf (3 hexes, 2.96 yards), $120,590. Body ST 12, arm ST 20 (70 points), DX 12 (20 points), IQ 6 (-30 points), HT 10/24 (70 points). Speed 6 (20 points). Legality 4. Point cost: 235 points."
  5. Museum of Technology terminal entries; Museum Information, Robotics Exhibits
  6. Tour guide: "Ready for the REPCONN tour, Rocketeers? Courtesy of the fine folks at RobCo, I'll be your guide today on the path of... Scientific. Discovery. In the lead-lined case behind me is a spent radioactive rod from of our old reactors. No need to stand too close, let's move along, shall we? Look here - a row of multi-colored plasma fuels! Careful, they may look safe to drink, but your stomach is the last place they should be. Why the difference in cylinder size? Refining our production methods has resulted in higher yields of fuel over time, that's why! To my right you can see a sample of some old "safety barrels" REPCONN once used to store radioactive waste. Perfectly safe. On my left is an example of a mountain of REPCONN safety barrels some legislators claim are poisoning our environment. Ridiculous. Behind me is our most recent rocket project, which we're keeping under our hats... until "launch," if you'll pardon the expression. And in front of me is a model - not actual size - of the launch dome we are using to send our rockets screeeeaming into orbit. Now these colorful fellows behind me are REPCONN's earliest... experiments in flight. Feel free to read the plaques and learn, Rocketeers! Now for the highlight of our tour! Due to a generous donation from RobCo, this next exhibit showcases the wondrous world of - robots! Around you are the incredible Eyebot, the fearsome Sentry Bot, and the always-helpful Mr. Handy. That helpfulness runs through our whole line! This is the final stop on our tour. This model of our solar system is a small example of where the partnership between RobCo and REPCONN hopes to go. See those little rockets zipping about? They are manned by robots, tirelessly looking for resources to mine on planets beyond our own. And that's it for our tour today, Rocketeers - RobCo and its tiny partner REPCONN thank you! Any further questions, please, feel free to ask."
    (Tour guide's dialogue)
  7. REPCONN headquarters placard: The 'Hand' in Handy
    You never can have too many hands - three, why not four? That was RobCo's inspiration behind the popular (and cost-effective) Mr. Handy model, the first of the line shown here. Always a help around the household, whether with Mom in the kitchen using its titanium circular power saw or in the garage with Dad using its armor-piercing laser array, Mr. Handy is not just helpful... he's your friend, too.
    Exhibit Brought to You By Your Friends at RobCo.
  8. Fallout 4 loading screens: "Created by General Atomics International as a domestic servant robot, Mister Handy is equipped with tools that can be used as weapons, if the need arises."
  9. Citadel terminal entries; Liberty Prime Operation, Capital Post Article -- June 3, 2072
  10. RobCo Sales & Service Center terminal entries; Production control terminal
  11. Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p.1-1—1-2: Important Vault Statistics
    Vault Number ............................13
    Starting construction date .........August 2063
    Ending construction date ..........March 2069
    Starting Budget .........................$400,000,000,000
    Final Budget, with interest ........$645,000,000,000
    Total number of occupants .......1,000 (at capacity)
    Total duration ...........................10 years (at capacity)
    Number of living quarters .........100 (hot bunking required if at maximum capacity)
    Door thickness ..........................4 yards, steel
    Earth coverage .........................3,200,000 tons of soil, at 200 feet
    Computer control system .........Think machine
    Primary power supply ...............Geo-thermal
    Secondary power supply ..........General Atomics Nuclear Power backup systems
    Power requirements .................3.98mkw/day
    Stores .......................................Complete construction equipment, hydro-agricultural farms, water purification from underground river, defensive weaponry to equip 10 men, communication, social and entertainment files (for total duration)
  12. Fort Independence terminal entries; Research Note - Laser Rifle
  13. Starport Nuka terminal entries; Star control mainframe, Technician's Log - 8/31/2077
  14. 14.0 14.1 General Atomics Galleria terminal entries; Supervisor's terminal, 7/19/77
  15. General Atomics Galleria terminal entries; Supervisor's terminal, 7/26/77
  16. General Atomics Galleria terminal entries; Supervisor's terminal, 10/23/77
  17. "Petit a petit, l'oiseau fait son nid, n'est-ce pas?" (among other lines)
    (Miss Nanny's dialogue)
  18. Citadel terminal entries; Vault-Tec terminal
  19. Scoot's shack terminal entries; Ghost Field Research #1
  20. Berkeley Springs terminal entries#Davis family's terminal