US Marines Testing The LS3 Robot In Real Conditions , The Mule Of The Future
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Legged Squad Support System, is a robotic project, which promises to be the successor of the quadruped robot BigDog.
The project is funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Marine Corps.
The purpose of the project Legged Squad Support System is to create a system of robotic legs that can "go anywhere soldiers and Marines are able to walk."
The medium must not require the need of a pilot, having to be able to move autonomously in the following ways:
-Follow Yourself a soldier using its sensors and capabilities of computer vision;
-be able to reach a certain destination by itself using its sensors and Global Positioning System.
-The Machine must be capable of carrying 400 pounds (about 181 kg) of team equipment, must be capable of sensing the ground and overcome the bumps, to maneuver with agility and, when necessary, to operate in silence
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