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Boston Dynamic unveils a fully electric Atlas robot

Boston Dynamics has retired its hydraulic humanoid robot otherwise known as Atlas. Over the course of several years, we've seen the development of the humanoid robot, from learning to get up after a fall to performing parkour. But now it's time for the next generation of humanoid robot.

Boston Dynamic has unveiled a fully electric Atlas robot, designed for real-world applications. 

"The new Atlas builds on decades of research and furthers our commitment to delivering the most capable, useful mobile robots solving the toughest challenges in industry today: with Spot, with Stretch, and now with Atlas," Boston Dynamic writes in a blog post.

A decade ago, Boston Dynamic was one of the very few companies putting real R&D effort into humanoid robots. Now the landscape in the robotics industry is very different. We have all seen the success of Spot and now the company is looking to tackle the next challenge with Atlas.

"This journey will start with Hyundai—in addition to investing in us, the Hyundai team is building the next generation of automotive manufacturing capabilities, and it will serve as a perfect testing ground for new Atlas applications," the blogpost continues.


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May 14 2024 7:33 am V22.4.46-1
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