New generation humanoid robot demonstrated

 Robot developer Boston Dynamics has surprised many people when it has just launched a new generation humanoid robot model, with the ability to operate extremely flexibly thanks to its unique joint design.

Boston Dynamics (owned by Hyundai), a company headquartered in Massachusetts, USA, is famous for developing humanoid robots, capable of simulating complex human movements, including Difficult movements such as jumping parkour or performing somersaults...

Recently, Boston Dynamics has just launched its new generation of humanoid robots, called New Atlas, which is an upgraded version of the Atlas humanoid robot launched by Boston Dynamics in 2013.

The first notable improvement of the new generation Atlas robot model is that the entire hydraulic system based on liquid pressure in the previous version will be replaced by an electric motor, allowing the robot to operate lightly. lighter and more flexible.

Boston Dynamics affirms that the new generation Atlas robot model can perform more movements than the old robot model, and can even perform moves and movements that humans cannot do.

Boston Dynamics posted a short video to introduce its new robot model, in which the new generation Atlas robot lies face down on the floor, but can flexibly rotate the connecting joints to help the robot stand up. The robot's joints can rotate at angles that humans cannot follow.

New generation humanoid robot demonstrates amazingly flexible movements (Video: Boston Dynamics).

Boston Dynamics is confident that its new generation of humanoid robots can do many things that humans cannot do in factory, laboratory environments or to serve people in daily life.

"Over the coming months and years, we will show the world what the world's most dynamic humanoid robot can actually do in factories, laboratories and in everyday life," Boston Dynamics representative shared about the company's new robot model.

"Atlas may resemble a human form, but we are equipping this robot with the ability to move in the most efficient ways possible to perform tasks, rather than being limited by its range of motion." like humans," a Boston Dynamics representative added.

Boston Dynamics has not announced clearly when the new generation Atlas robot will be launched, but confirmed that it will commercialize this robot model for many different purposes, including serving people's daily lives. .

Boston Dynamics' older generation Atlas robot demonstrates incredible running and jumping (Video: Boston Dynamics).

In the immediate future, Boston Dynamics will cooperate with parent company Hyundai to test the new generation Atlas robot in Hyundai's automobile factories to perform tasks that are boring or potentially harmful to the health of employees. human.

Before Hyundai, luxury car company Mercedes-Benz also signed a cooperation agreement with Apptronik, a robotics and artificial intelligence development company headquartered in Austin (Texas, USA), to bring a humanoid robot named Apptronik's Apollo worked in Mercedes-Benz vehicle assembly plants.

Apollo will perform jobs that require physical health but do not require too much skill, such as checking vehicle parts, bringing components to the production line for workers to assemble, etc.

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