A team of six people from the Robotic Systems Lab of ETH Zurich developed Swiss-Mile, a wheeled-quadruped robot for autonomous delivery and logistics.
The AI-powered quadruped can act like a car, a legged robot, and a humanoid robot, all in one robot for applications in delivery and logistics.
Watch the robot in action in the following video:
- locomotion skills are performed using reinforcement learning
- driving speed of up to 6.2 m/s (22.32 km/h or 13.87 miles/h)
- can stand up on two legs
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