Robot ANYmal learned to use the Elevator

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2017-11-13 21:00:05

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Robot ANYmal learned to use the Elevator

Experts from the Swiss Federal Institute of technology (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) recently unveiled a robot called ANYmal. He is able to overcome obstacles in the form of steps (but this is hardly a surprise), and also is able to use the Elevator (which is interesting). As said by the developers, ANYmal and similar robots can compete with well-known Big Dog robot from Boston Dynamics.

It is Worth saying that very soon this robot will be easy to acquire. ANYmal, as you might guess, is a robot which can be used in areas of emergencies and natural disasters and in search and rescue operations. In addition, the robot can find its application for the protection of various objects of military or civil purposes like oil rigs, gas platforms or mines.

ANYmal Weight is 30 pounds, and he is able to carry cargo weighing up to 10 kilograms. Battery life of the robot lasts for 4 hours continuous work. In the body of the "robotic animal" has plenty of sensors and sensors and cameras to ensure an adequate level of autonomy and the search path. As mentioned earlier, the robot will soon go on sale, but its value is not known. At the moment, one can only assume that the price is clearly high, as the closest competitor ANYmal, robot Ghost Minitaur is 11,5 thousand dollars. Well, the video is available below, our readers will be able to assess ANYmal what is called, in action.

Http://youtu.be/gM1z60aeunU

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