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The foundation of today’s portfolio: Our future is built on the groundwork of our previous research. Each of Boston Dynamics’ legacy robots has contributed towards crucial milestones in the advancement of applied robotics.
Handle served as a research venture into wheeled robots.
Spot Classic laid the groundwork for the agility and compactness seen in Spot today.
WildCat was built for speed, making it the fastest quadruped robot on Earth.
Earning its moniker, the compact, 11lb Sandflea was built to vault high in the sky.
LS3 (Legged Squad Support System) was a rough-terrain robot with significant carrying capacity.
RHex was a 30lb, six-legged robot designed for mobility on rough terrain.
RiSE was a six-legged robot designed to climb without any special adhesion.
BigDog was our first legged robot to leave the lab.
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