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SpotMini can go where larger robots can’t. Its optional snake-like arm, which attaches where a real dog’s head would be, lets SpotMini do things like open doors.
The robot’s main frame has a quick-disconnect battery, stereo cameras in the front, side cameras and a rear cam, but it can also be upgraded with a series of attachments on the top, including an articulated arm. SpotMini’s development is motivated by thinking about something that could go in an office or accessible place for businesses purposes, or a home eventually.
Third-parties will be able to develop systems to mount to SpotMini for different applications. Currently, it has a surveillance package with special low-light cameras mounted on the back, there’s a camera mounted in the arm, and the computer can take user code.
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With the flexibility to deliver unmanned detection and rescue services, Jueying X20 is designed for the complex terrain of a post-earthquake landscape, the insides of vulnerable debris buildings, tunnel traffic accidents, and in toxic, hypoxia, and high-density smoke environments created by chemical pollution or disaster event.
The X20 robot dog can perform automatic inspection tasks according to the preset path and tasks. During the inspection, the robot uses LiDAR and depth cameras to detect the terrain, and has the ability to turn around, climb stairs, and obstacle avoidance.