Video: two-legged robot Builder HRP-5P self-secures Board to the wall

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Video: two-legged robot Builder HRP-5P self-secures Board to the wall

In January 2018, the German centre of aviation and Astronautics . As planned by the engineers, in the future he and others like him, the droids will have a humanity of great help in the construction of dwellings on the surface of Mars. At the same time, techniques are developing robots that can help people right now. One of them is HRP-5P from the Japanese company AIST. In the published video he picks up the Board and nailing it to the frame of the room.

Its design and movements of the Japanese droid like the Atlas robot from Boston Dynamics, . However, there's one big difference — HRP-5P is completely devoid of the outer body, and all its internal mechanisms exposed. It turns out that no metal sheath is not due to the laziness of engineers, and other causes.

First, the metal plates can interfere with the sensors to recognize the surrounding space. The whole design of the robot is covered with electronics, which helps him to see objects and obstacles, and then gently raise the Board and just attach them to the wall. Second, the outer housing greatly increases the weight of the structure, and without HRP-5P weighs no more than 100 kg.

Also the video that the robot is connected to nothing, that is, working from its own battery. To abandon the external power source again was helped by the lack of metallic coating — easy mechanism consumes less power.

Japanese droid can do the interior finishing and minor repairs, but in the world there are robots with greater challenges. For example, in August 2018 engineers from Singapore have created a prototype . It is noteworthy that even these developers do not deny the use of these 3D printers on Mars.

What tasks would you give to your own robot Builder? Your options can write .

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