12 ADVANCED ANIMAL ROBOTS YOU WON’T BELIEVE EXIST

12 ADVANCED ANIMAL ROBOTS YOU WON’T BELIEVE EXIST

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Here are 12 advanced animal robots you won’t believe exist.
The robots you know tomorrow are going to look like nothing you know today. More likely, they will look like the animals around you.

Which was your favorite advanced animal robots?

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#12 00:06 These Wi-Fi enabled futuristic mechanical bugs are known as T8X Spider Robots, and they come from Robugtix.
www.robugtix.com/t8x/

#11 01:20 For the SmartBird, Festo was inspired by the herring gull. The ultralight flying model impresses with its outstanding aerodynamics and maximum agility and is able to take off, fly and land without an additional drive.
www.festo.com/group/en/cms/10238.htm

#10 02:25 With the bionic butterflies, for the first time Festo combines the ultralight construction of artificial insects with collision-free flying behavior in a collective. For coordination purposes, the eMotionButterflies make use of a guidance and monitoring system, which could be used in the networked factory of the future.
www.festo.com/en/eMotionButterflies

#9 03:10 Students from Ghent University in Belgium have developed a six-legged floor crawler that’s sure to leave its mark on those it comes into contact with. The Scorpion Hexapod, which wouldn’t look too out of place in the robotic menagerie of German automation technology company Festo, fires its stinger at the hand of anyone covering its eyes, leaving a red mark as a reminder of the encounter.

#8 03:52 Inspired by the biology of a bee, researchers at the Wyss Institute are developing RoboBees, man made systems that could perform myriad roles in agriculture or disaster relief. A RoboBee measures about half the size of a paper clip, weighs less that one-tenth of a gram, and flies using “artificial muscles” comprised of materials that contract when a voltage is applied.
www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RoboBee

#7 04:58 Inspired by the salamander species pleurodeles waltl, the Pleurobot is a cute little automaton that can walk, crawl, and swim underwater. It was designed and created by the (EPFL) in Switzerland.
www.biorob.epfl.ch/pleurobot

#6 05:57 Festo has created a swarm of BionicANTs: robot insects around the size of a human hand, which unnervingly resemble a super-sized version of their insect forebears. The BionicANTs are programmed to mimic the intelligence of their real world counterparts — including their ability to co-operate and complete fiendishly complex tasks, such as moving objects much larger than themselves, which they’d be unable to do alone.
www.festo.com/group/en/cms/10157.htm

#5 07:24 The U.S. Navy’s new robot shark, called GhostSwimmer, is 5 feet long and weighs about 100 pounds. The robot uses its tail for propulsion. Because it looks and moves like a real fish, the GhostSwimmer is hard to spot and thus ideally suited for surveillance missions

#4 08:23 Festo has successfully emulated the jumping behavior of the kangaroo in robot form, the company said.
The BionicKangaroo has self-charging legs that allow it to keep jumping indefinitely without tiring, just like real kangaroos capture and reuse energy by using the tendons in their legs like springs.
www.festo.com/group/en/cms/10219.htm

#3 09:09 Meet Eelume, the swimming robot that will significantly reduce costs related to subsea inspection, maintenance and repair operations.

#2 09:49 German technology company Festo has unveiled the BionicOpter, a fully functional robotic dragonfly. It can fly forwards, backwards, hover and even fly sideways—just like a real dragonfly. Its introduction marks another step forward in robotics engineering.
www.festo.com/group/en/cms/10224.htm

#1 10:56 Researchers at Harvard University have designed a soft 3D-printed robot that can move on its own, powered by a chemical reaction, instead of electricity or batteries.
www.wyss.harvard.edu/the-first-autonomous-entirely-soft-robot/

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