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    Spot, four-legged robot designed for indoor and outdoor operation, Boston Dynamics, Waltham, Massachusetts, USA

    Developer - Boston Dynamics

    Home page - bostondynamics.com/spot

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    Introducing Spot

    Published on Feb 9, 2015

    Spot is a four-legged robot designed for indoor and outdoor operation. It is electrically powered and hydraulically actuated. Spot has a sensor head that helps it navigate and negotiate rough terrain. Spot weighs about 160 lbs.

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    DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals - Boston Dynamics "Spot"

    Published on Jun 8, 2015

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    Meet Spot: the most agile robot you have ever seen
    June 5, 2015

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    Marines testing Spot, the four-legged robot

    Published on Sep 21, 2015

    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.

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    Fido vs Spot — Animal vs robot

    Published on Feb 27, 2016

    The robot's lifelike movement catches the attention of a real dog. The uncanny uncanine valley. This is the latest quadruped robot from Google's Boston Dynamics group, and the only one outside of the military.

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    See Spot run — Robo romp in the playground

    Published on Feb 28, 2016

    A demonstration of the new dog on the block, the Spot robot by Boston Dynamics. The military has all of the other ones.

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    Spot robot testing at construction sites

    Published on Oct 11, 2018

    We have begun field testing the Spot robot for commercial usage around the world. After an initial mapping run, Spot autonomously navigated two dynamic construction sites in Tokyo and used a specialized payload for surveying work progress. An additional camera in its hand lets Spot do even more detailed inspection work on site. The Spot robot will be available in the second half of 2019 for a variety of applications.

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