Here is AlienGo, the latest robo-dog straight from China and a great rival of SpotaMini

Chinese engineers do not want to lag behind American, Korean and Japanese in terms of robot development for special tasks. AlienGo is their new child. The machine impresses with its abilities.

Last year, Unitree Robotics presented its walking robot named LaikaGo, actually Łajka. As you can guess, he received it in honor of the famous dog, which flew on November 3, 1957 to Earth orbit on the Soviet satellite Sputnik 2. If you believe the Russians, it was the first dog placed in Earth orbit.

The robo-animal was tested in various conditions, was kicked, hit with various objects, and had to overcome several obstacles. Recently, the Chinese have even tempted to copy the idea of ​​the people of Boston Dynamics who created a team of their robots to pull a truck. The machines did very well in all the tests. Check more on technologi. Now the company has announced the construction of the successor to LaikaGo, which will become a tough competition for the famous robot called SpotMini from Boston Dynamics.

AlienGo, because it received such a name, is a machine with amazing capabilities. The robot is smaller and lighter than the SpotMini, but it is not inferior to its system of movement in even the most difficult terrain. For this it can work on batteries without interruption for up to 4 hours. Little is known about him yet. For now, you can see it on a short video material that appeared on the company’s official YouTube channel.

It’s no secret and no one should be surprised that the engineers in the design and construction of AlienGo were strongly inspired by SpotemMini from Boston Dynamics. You can even say that they copied it in large part, but this is standard in the Middle Kingdom. Unitree Robotics intends to start selling its robo dogs around the world this year.

LaikaGo robots can be bought for 45,000 dollars. For some time they have been hosted at all major technological events. However, they enjoy the greatest interest at universities and research centers, where they serve as the objects of various tests.

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