General-purpose platform for urban and indoor environments, allowing for various logistic applications by deploying goods, materials and tools.
Automated solutions for large-scale reality capture that replicates real cities in mirror (digital) worlds.
Large-scale infrastructure monitoring services automatically detect changes in the environment by comparing online data with the pre-mapped digital twin.
Novel algorithms in the area of artificial intelligence that enable robots to navigate in challenging urban environments.
Finally, after the first Rocky movie in 1976, the Robotic Systems Lab presents a continuation of the iconic series. Our transformer robot visited Philly in 2022 as part of the International Conference on Robotics and Automation.
The Sechseläuten ("The six o'clock ringing of the bells") is a traditional spring holiday in the Swiss city of Zürich and the parade had this year a robotic guest of honor!
NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang kicks off GTC22 with a keynote that presents the latest breakthroughs in AI, data science, high-performance computing, and autonomous machines, featuring also our wheeled-legged robot in the real and digital world.
The capability to stand up on two legs, as shown here, revolutionizes the way we categorize multi-legged robots. This humanoid-quadruped transformer makes it superior to other four-legged machines, allowing for a higher field of view, but also enabling it to perform practical skills such as calling an elevator, and in future, grab packages and open doors.
It’s a car, quadruped, and humanoid. Our wheeled-legged robot performs exceptional locomotion skills with reinforcement learning driving at speeds of up to 6.2 m/s (22.32 km/h or 13.87 miles/h), overcoming obstacles, and standing up on two legs!
The Swiss Autonomous Valley aims at becoming the leading digitalization initiative for autonomous systems worldwide. As part of this initiative and in collaboration with Hexagon AB and Nvidia, we accelerate the development and approval process of autonomous systems by replicating the ETH's Hönggerberg campus in a digital twin. Also, we plan a pilot installation at ETH’s Hönggerberg campus for delivery with our wheeled-legged robot.
Swiss-Mile proposes our multimodal robot ANYmal with wheels and legs unifying unique properties that make it a general-purpose solution for smart freight logistic systems. In contrast to wheeled delivery platforms and lightweight delivery drones, it can already efficiently overcome flat terrains, go over obstacles like steps and stairs, and carry heavy payloads in indoor and outdoor spaces.
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