The screen shows that a robot dog from Boston Dynamics patrols the SpaceX test site in the United States.
The video allegedly showed SpaceX using a robot dog worth $75,000 (£60,000) to inspect the test site in Boca Chica, Texas.
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In a shot taken by YouTuber LabPadre in Texas, the Boston Power Dog can be seen trotting in the thick nitrogen next to the wreckage.
Picture leak It is said that a bright red dog house is also displayed for the robot dog to sleep, indicating that it has been renamed “Zeus” by Musk’s company.
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YouTuber LabPadre’s video came from the consequences of SpaceX’s intentional stress test. Hawkeye audience found dog-like trot in nitrogen cloud
The highly alert four-legged mechanical dog (product name “Spot”) has been developed by the highly confidential Boston Dynamics Corporation for many years.
But it was finally available last week, and it seems that Musk snapped up one of the rubbish soon.
The robot is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. It can draw environmental maps, sense and avoid obstacles, climb stairs and open doors.
It can be responsible for sniffing for hydrocarbon leaks, inspecting equipment, making mechanical readings and completing inspections in areas that may be too dangerous for human workers.
Mechanical dogs equipped with cameras and sensors may be used to explore environments that human SpaceX workers cannot afford.
Marc Raibert, chairman and founder of Boston Dynamics, said in an earlier statement: “The combination of Spot’s advanced software and high-performance mechanical design enables robots to increase difficult or dangerous human work .”
“Now, you can use Spot to improve the safety of people in environments and tasks where traditional automation fails.”
The blurry footage of LabPadre, released earlier this month, also seems to show Zeus closer to the SpaceX test site.
Neither SpaceX nor Boston Dynamics responded to MailOnline to confirm that the dog-like characters in the video are actually Spot robots.
But SpaceX’s multi-billion dollar company will probably not waste any time buying this expected hardware.
Elon Musk even builds doghouses for new SpaceX robot employees
Off-the-shelf, quadruped robots are developed by Boston Dynamics. Cognite and Aker BP have tested Spot’s mobility in a simulated oil and gas environment to ensure that Spot can access the locations in these facilities, which are difficult to access through traditional automated methods
Spot was announced by Boston Dynamics as early as 2016, and after various tests, it was commercially released on June 17.
As part of last year’s pilot phase, Boston Dynamics leased 150 Spot robots from homes, businesses and research institutions to “record construction progress, monitor remote or hazardous environments and provide situational awareness.”
Singapore hired Spot Roaming Park to broadcast a message to remind pedestrians to keep their distance during the coronavirus outbreak.
It is also used to graze sheep on a farm in New Zealand at a speed of three miles per hour.
As part of a three-month trial, the Massachusetts police also used the dog to sniff out bombs in exchange for feedback.
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Boston Dynamics is perhaps best known for the outstanding performance of Charlie Brooke’s dystopian Netflix series “Black Mirror.”
In a 2017 episode called “Metal Head”, in the near future people escaped a group of robot dogs that brutally hunted down humans.
But don’t worry – Boston Dynamics told The Verge that the company will not support Spot uses that “harm or intimidate” people, including the prohibition of weapons.
What is the SPOT MINI ROBO-DOG of BOSTON DYNAMICS?
Boston Dynamics first showed SpotMini, the most advanced robot dog ever, in a video released in November 2017.
The company is best known for the Atlas, a 5-foot-9 (1.7-meter) humanoid robot, and the company showed a new “light” version of its Spot Mini robot.
The robot dog was shown to trot in the yard and promised that more information from the infamous secret company was “coming soon.”
The company said on its website: “SpotMini is a small four-legged robot that can be comfortably placed in an office or home.”
When the robotic arm is included, it weighs 25 kg (55 lb) or 30 kg (66 lb).
The company said that SpotMini is fully electric and can be charged for about 90 minutes, depending on its operating conditions, and declared that “SpotMini is the quietest robot we have made.”
SpotMini debuted in 2016, and its previous version of the mini version of Spot has a strange extensible neck, which has been displayed throughout the house.
In the company’s previous video, the robot was shown walking out of the company’s headquarters and entering the house.
There, it helps to load the dishwasher and transport the cans to the trash.
At some point it also encountered falling banana peels and fell sharply-but used its extensible neck to push itself back into place.
The company says that because of its electric motor, SpotMini is one of the quietest robots we have ever built.
‘It has a variety of sensors, including depth cameras, solid-state gyroscopes (IMU) and proprioception sensors.
These sensors facilitate navigation and mobile operations.
“SpotMini can perform some tasks automatically, but usually requires manual guidance.”