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Category: ROBOTIC APPLICATIONS
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by Boston Dynamics
WildCat is a four-legged robot being developed to run fast on all types of terrain. So far WildCat has run at about 16 mph on flat terrain using bounding and galloping gaits. The video shows WildCat’s best performance so far. WildCat is being developed by Boston Dynamics with funding from DARPA’s M3 program.
by Tim Hornyak
This partially 3D-printed prototype can be produced for less than $1,000, much less than commercial utility line robots.
“Robot uses steerable needles to treat brain clots”
Surgery to relieve the damaging pressure caused by hemorrhaging in the brain is a perfect job for a robot.
This new 7th Axis Robotic design, which utilizes FANUC R-2000iB rail-mounted robots, reduces the amount of fixed automation equipment required, cuts four individual automation systems down to one, uses less energy, and frees up floor space while providing capital equipment flexibility.
Robots and computers are already replacing workers in factories and offices. Now engineers are developing intelligent machines to do farm work and help ease a worsening labor shortage on American farms.
Check out the robot suit , i think this one is quite famous now , but the good news now is that its going to be mass produced so it would be sold for affordable price ,so that the elderly people would be able to walk again.
This is the Inspection Robot with a 24 Inch Arm. The arm is used to raise the camera up for live video inspection in difficult to access places. The robot also has a ground probe which can flip over pieces of wood for termite inspection. The Inspection Robot with Arm is one of several custom robots designed and built by Chris Rogers of Inspectorbots.