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UK Army Tests Ghost V60

UK Army Tests Ghost V60

Published September 9, 2022By DA ReporterDefense Advancement Ghost Robotics’ V60 Quadruped is designed to navigate complex urban and natural terrains, boasting a top speed of 3 m/s and a max payload of 10kg Soldiers from the 23 Parachute Engineer Regiment joined forces with experts from the DE&S Expeditionary Robotics Center of Expertise (ERCoE) to test […]

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Robot dogs patrol Cape Canaveral

Robot dogs patrol Cape Canaveral

Published August 8, 2022By Brett TingleySPACE.COM The quadrupedal robots are well suited for repetitive tasks. Mankind’s new best friend is coming to the U.S. Space Force.  The Space Force has conducted a demonstration using dog-like quadruped unmanned ground vehicles (Q-UGVs) for security patrols and other repetitive tasks. The demonstration used at least two Vision 60 Q-UGVs, or […]

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British soldiers train robotic dog

British soldiers train robotic dog

Developed by Ghost Robotics this go anywhere robotic canine, based on the bio-mechanics of the dog, is the equivalent of a Swiss army knife. You can swap its legs and add arms as the need or challenge dictates. The Ghost is the latest tool in the ever-expanding tool chest of 16 Air Assault Brigade Combat Team, the British Army’s global response force.

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Robotic dogs now go swimming

Robotic dogs now go swimming

Ghost Robotics’ has long touted its Vision 60 quadrupedal unmanned ground vehicles, or Q-UGVs, more commonly referred to as robot dogs, as eminently modular platforms that are readily adaptable to a wide array of roles, including as rifle-armed scouts. Now, thanks to a ‘tail’ kit with a water jet propulsion system, the company has added the ability to swim to the Vision 60’s list of capabilities.

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Robot dogs guard South Korea 

Robot dogs guard South Korea 

Two four-legged robot dogs were spotted walking around the lawn in front of the president’s office, monitoring and securing the perimeter of the yard. These robot dogs are on guard duty and being utilized by the South Korean military.

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Robot dog reports for duty

Robot dog reports for duty

Published April 18, 2022 By Airman 1st Class Yuki Klein 142nd Wing Public Affairs PORTLAND, Ore. (AFNS) — In December 2021, the Portland Air National Guard Base became the first Air National Guard base to house the innovative technology developed by Ghost Robotics known as the Quadrupedal Unmanned Ground Vehicle. This four-legged droid is commonly referred to as a robot dog. […]

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Robots at Portland National Guard

Robots at Portland National Guard

PORTLAND, Ore. — We’re used to seeing canines working alongside first responders, but what about robot dogs? The 142nd Wing’s new Quadrupedal Unmanned Ground Vehicle – better known as the “robot dog” – is being tested at the Portland Air National Guard Base. They are the first guard unit in the country to receive a QUGV. […]

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Robot Dogs to Patrol U.S. Border

Robot Dogs to Patrol U.S. Border

I was always interested in technology and machines, but growing up I also thought about becoming a veterinarian. I actually had an uncle who was a veterinarian, so I shadowed him when I was a teenager in Ireland. Then my interests really coalesced.

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Air Force Using Robot Dogs

Air Force Using Robot Dogs

Semi-autonomous quadrupedal unmanned ground vehicles, or Q-UGV, made by Ghost Robotics, more popularly referred to as “robot dogs,” have been making appearances in USAF exercises throughout 2020. Now, the 325th Security Forces Squadron at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida has been named as the first unit within the Department of Defense to adopt the robotic quadrupeds for regular operations.

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Robot Dogs Border Deployment

Robot Dogs Border Deployment

The American Southwest is a region that blends a harsh landscape, temperature extremes and various other non-environmental threats that can create dangerous obstacles for those who patrol the border. The territory is vast and monitoring it is critical to our nation’s security. That’s why the Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is offering U.S. Customs and […]

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