Swiss experts have developed a four-wheeled robot that can rise on its hind legs and also rotate ETH Zurich Spin-off Swiss-Mile, which can reach speeds of up to 14 mph (23 km/h), and is the latest iteration of the robot concept.”ANYMal“.
According to the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”, the design, which resembles a robot dog, was shown in Boston Dynamics Previously using its own AI, the robot is shown not only doing its trick of standing, but also rolling and stepping up and down.
Explain the world of robotics and developer Marko Bjelonic from ETH ZurichThe wheeled robot performs exceptional locomotion skills with reinforcement learning to drive at speeds of up to 6.2 m/s (22.32 km/h or 13.87 mph), as well as overcome obstacles and stand on two legs.
The team claims that ANYMal Up to 83% more efficient than robots with similar legs, the robot can carry a maximum load of 110 lbs (50 kg).
It is the only solution capable of carrying tools, materials, goods and sensors over long distances with energy efficiency and speed while overcoming difficult obstacles such as stairs.
As to design ANYmal It also enables seamless navigation in indoor and outdoor urban environments.