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DateDate: 13-07-2019, 06:28

Today, a talented team of robotics from the Higher Polytechnic School in Lausanne, Switzerland, presented their new unique brainchild, namely a group of small robots called Tribots, which are really mini-robots with many useful sensors and functions. In essence, development is something like an artificial ant colony that can cope with various tasks within a single information transfer system between individual robots - as was demonstrated during the preliminary testing of Tribots robots, where experts also indicated their ability to move efficiently. on any surface.
At the same time, small robots perfectly avoid obstacles in their path, forming something like a virtual map of the object-obstacle that stands in front of them - thus, they can effectively find out what kind of obstacle they need to overcome. Moreover, the robots are composed in a very convenient three-legged format and, in their design, really resemble ants during movement.
The fact is that they move and carry out different patterns of movement in much the same way as an ant does - for example, if they need to jump over an obstacle, they close the upper part of the legs and thereby make a jumping movement. The robots were called Tribots, because they have three protruding micro-limbs, each of which is controlled in a separate way - so that the robot can effectively move even on the most problematic areas of the surface. It is worth noting the fact that robots are completely autonomous and do not have a wired connection.
All this allows a potential user to use the potential of the Tribots robots to organize a more complex and multi-purpose robotics system - for example, when it is necessary to cope with the development of some particularly complex ways of movement. However, the Swiss specialists do not limit the scope of their development exclusively to the creation of separate systems of robotic movement and see for them a really wide field of subsequent use.





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