Boston Dynamics Dog Robots show remarkable strength and flexibility when easily pulling heavy tonnage trucks.
Boston Dynamics in the United States has uncovered the power of the Spotpower robots' dogs in videos posted on YouTube on April 16. Recorded 10-man dog robots pull the truck with a number of parking lots.
According to Boston Dynamics, robots can pull trucks at an angle of one degree. This is a remarkable achievement of the 4-foot model, born for the first time in 2017. The company says Spotpower is mass-produced and will soon be working in a wide range of applications.
Spotpower is nearly 0.9 meters long, has a 3D vision and 17 joints for flexible movement. In a video released by the company last October, the robot automatically found its way between two construction sites in Tokyo and used special equipment to examine the progress of the work. Applied areas of Spotpower may include warehouse management, disaster relief and security. Boston Dynamics did not announce the price or time for Spotpower sale.
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