World’s First Autonomous Offshore Robot|| ANYmal

World’s First Autonomous Offshore Robot – ANYmal #Robotics #ANYmalRobot More information about the robot ANYmal: A crucial task for energy providers is the reliable and safe operation of their plants, especially when producing energy offshore. Autonomous mobile robots are able to offer comprehensive support through regular and automated inspection of machinery and infrastructure. In a world’s first pilot installation, transmission system operator TenneT tested the autonomous legged robot ANYmal on one of Europe’s largest offshore converter platforms in the North Sea. In a one week pilot installation, ANYmal autonomously performed various inspection tasks. After being taken on a guided tour of the platform to 3D-map the environment and learn the position and characteristics of all inspection points, ANYmal autonomously navigated the platform and processed inspection protocols. This video documents a fully autonomous mission, covering a total of 16 inspection points such as gauges, levers, oil- and water levels and various other visual and thermal measurements. About ANYbotics: ANYbotics was founded in 2016 as a spin-off from ETH Zurich (Switzerland) with the goal to develop the market for highly mobile legged robots operating in challenging environments. With its products ANYmal and ANYdrive, the company provides solutions for a new level of mobility and interaction capabilities for robots to step out of the factory floors. Website: ​ the legged robot ANYmal moves and operates autonomously in challenging terrain and interacts safely with the environment. As a multi-purpose robot platform it is applicable on industrial indoor or outdoor sites for inspection and manipulation tasks, in natural terrain or debris areas for search and rescue tasks, or on stage for animation and entertainment. Its four legs allow the robot to crawl, walk, run, dance, jump, climb, carry – whatever the task requires.

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