German company pushes spider robot: it can crawl and turn into cylinder roll.

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 German company pushes spider robot: it can crawl and turn into cylinder roll.


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Navigator.plugins[ShockwaveFlash]) {varstr1= your browser is temporarily unable to play this video.; document.getElementById ( FPlayer1404863609673 ).ParentNode.innerHTML=str1+str2;}Festo pushes the bionic robot this time the inspiration is spider (source: FT Chinese network) w Indow.NTES&&function (d) {varf=function (c) {varb=c.getAttribute (flashvars), a=c.getAttribute (repovideourl).Replace (.Flv, -mobile.mp4). Always quality= high wmode= opaque width= 100% height= 100% type= application/x-shockwave-flash / >; if (/ iPhone|iPad|iPod|Android|NETEASEBOBO|blackberry|bbd+) /ig.test. }h.$(.Video) [0].innerHTML=g;}, e=function (b) {vara=d (b.parentNode.parentNode.parentNode); a.$(Li).RemoveCss (on). Te (href, b.getAttribute (URL)), a.$(.Video-from) [0].innerHTML= (source: +b.getAttribute (source) + ), f (b),}; window.continuePlay=function. T:function () {if (.Video-listli) [0]) {d (d (.Video-listli) [0]).AddCss (on), this.eventBind ();};};};};};};}; Festo push the bionic robot again. This inspiration is spiders (source: FT Chinese net). Though it looks frightening, the robot is not offensive. It mimics a real spider living in the Morocco desert. It will curl up as a ball to avoid predators and roll forward with its legs. This robot belongs to the branch of robotics known as bionics, and designs the corresponding mechanical system based on the existing biology in nature. What is more important than the imitation of natural biology is what we have learned from it, Festo EliasKnubben, the head of Festos bionic project, said in a telephone interview. We can learn from nature by exploring the fascinating principles of biology and finding solutions to the corresponding technical problems. Flic-flac Morocco back spiders In the northern part of the Sahara, when the Morocco back spider was irritated, it could move more than twice as fast as a gymnast. Roll like a roller and roll. Knuben pointed out: this spiders behavior is unique, so far all other animals we know do not have such an action. Pictorial: This spider robot is much larger than the real Morocco turned spider. Illustration: Festo released butterfly robot cluster eMotionButterflies in 2015. Therefore, the spider robot was born, it was named BionicWheelBot. It is much larger than the real Morocco turned spiders, and the 15 micro motors around him faithfully restore the natural movement. Some people say that it looks like the battle droid Droideka in Star Wars, but it is only a coincidence that he kept this similarity. Although this is just a research project, robots with various motion characteristics may use complex environments to change the existing rules of the game. Its designers believe that the spider robot can be used in agriculture, seabed exploration and even landing on the surface of Mars, and our current sand moor has always been trapped in the sand. There has been a risk of being stuck in the sand. Flying fox As early as 2011, Festo was famous for publishing the SmartBird of bird robot. This is the first robot that can fly like a real bird, simulating the appearance of a herring gulls. We have a long history of making flying robots with flapping wing mechanisms, and these robots have been getting much attention since the exhibition, Knuben said. Flapping wing robots are more difficult to design and control than other types of flying robots because they do not provide continuous lift like propellers. The newly released BionicFlyingFox is an attempt by Festo to replicate feathered flying animals such as bats in nature. It has a wingspan of 7.4 feet wide and can glide freely in the air, while the researchers only control take-off and landing. It simulates the flying mode of the flying fox, which brings many challenges to the design. First of all, we need to be able to fold such a huge wing into a small piece, so we have developed a combination of an elastic film with a two layer of impermeable film using a 3D knitted fabric. The result is a very good ductility, but also very light, knunben points out. The weight of the flying robot is only 580 grams. Other flying robots developed by Festo include airship penguins filled with helium and dragonfly robots with four wings. In addition, the company has developed a sophisticated eMotionButterflies butterfly robot cluster, which is the first butterfly robot to set foot in group behavior. Its like a concept car None of these robots are sold on the market. So why does Festo make these robots? We have received a lot of demands from the toy industry, the UAV industry, the military, but we still dont want to sell them because they are closely related to us and we are more willing to show them at conferences, fairs and museums, Knuben said, Knuben said. Festo mainly gains revenue from pneumatic layout and industrial automation, but robotic animals are an interesting way to test innovative designs that may eventually appear on ordinary industrial robots. For example, in order to make robot kangaroo, we have done a lot of research on how to apply the energy of the landing stage to the next jump. We also need the relevant results in the field of automation, that is, the motor moves in one direction, then stops and then moves in the opposite direction. Inspired by these ideas, we now have some technical solutions, Knuben said. Knuben points out that the process is very similar to the way car industry uses concept cars and is the most creative test platform that will turn these ideas into real products some day. But Cnul said, most of them will not become products, but we will draw knowledge from all animals. (Han Bing) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Yao Liwei _NT6056 Knuben points out that the process is very similar to the way car industry uses concept cars and is the most creative test platform that will turn these ideas into real products some day. But Cnul said, most of them will not become products, but we will draw knowledge from all animals. (Han ice)