As its name suggests, Quadruped Robots have four legs or limbs and follow the gait patterns of quadruped animals. They are faster and more stable than biped robots. They have endless use cases, but are commonly used in the fields of law enforcement, military, and for science and technology educational opportunities as well as being used by individuals for recreation and as active companions.
Programmable in Python and ScratchHuman RecognitionIntelligent Side FollowFull-view CoverageFive CamerasAI Processing3 Hypersonic Sensors
Object AvoidanceMax Speed over 10 mphStrong and Reliable Power System10 lb. carrying capacityUnits includeIntro to Quadruped RobotsRobot Agility and RecoveryAutonomous ControlIntroductory Python Programming