Marines Testing Spot, The Four-Legged Robot




Spot is an electrically powered, hydraulically actuated quadruped prototype robot designed by Boston Dynamics. Field testing of Spot began September 15, 2015 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Researchers walked Spot through different terrains to see how the robot coped with the obstacles.
Source: SciNews
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