Posts Tagged ‘quadruped robot’

DARPA LS3 Robot Moves to New Heights with New Additional Features

DARPA has recently revealed a video of Legged Squad Support System (LS3) with new exciting features. The main purpose of LS3 is to carry a high payload from one place to another in a battle field. Besides, the researchers have added more value to it with numerous stuffs like high carrying capacity up to 400 […]

Cheetah legged robot sets new world record in land-speed

The above video shows you the breaking records of Cheetah legged robot in land-speed. This new record holding robot is developed by the researchers of Boston Dynamics with the funds provided by DARPA’s Maximum Mobility and Manipulation program. DARPA Cheetah robot is capable of running at a speed of up to 18.0 mph (miles per […]

HyQ – Hydraulically actuated quadruped robot

HyQ is a hydraulically actuated quadruped robot, which can run, jump, and as well as travel in the uneven terrains. It was developed by Professor Darwin Caldwell and his team members in the Department of Advanced Robotics at IIT (Istituto Italiano Di Tecnologia). Features: HyQ robot has a weight of 90 kilograms with the on […]

Boston Dynamics unveils AlphaDog military robot

Boston Dynamics has shown the capabilities of their new AlphaDog quadruped robot in the IROS 2011 event last month at San Francisco. It was first known as the LS3 (Legged Squad Support System) robot. This robot is developed with the help of DARPA and US Marine Corps funds.  It is considered as the big brother […]