Introducing SPOT, the agile quadruped robot capable of handling rough terrain, assist in digital twinning activities and accelerate your facilities management and asset management activities. Completely autonomous, of sound build and with custom payloads from POMO Robotics, take this robot anywhere to assist with your operations.
Quadruped Industrial Robot
Use SPOT to capture as built construction data to feed into digital twin CAD models
Fast track site inspection activities remotely using SPOT CAM+ and CAM payloads and process images.
Gas monitoring and thermal inspections can be done for hard to reach and dangerous spaces
Take temperature readings and manage operational safety with complete autonomous movements
Introducing SPOT, BOSTON Dynamics most advanced quadruped inspection robot for industrial and educational use. Read more about our SAUS – SPOT As a Useful Service for a wide variety of applications
A versatile 6 DOF Arm for SPOT to navigate obstacles such as doors, pick up objects from the floor and work
Spot CAM+IR adds a pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera and thermal camera to the Spot CAM to enable detailed inspections.
Spot EAP enhances the range and accuracy of Spot’s autonomy system for use on large sites.
Spot CAM+ adds a pan-tilt zoom PTZ camera to SPOT CAM to enable detailed inspections
Spot CORE AI provides advanced processing for applications requiring on-robot computation.
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An architecture project in London has been using Boston Dynamics’ four-legged robot, Spot, to gather data from a construction site and map out a digital twin of its office space. The project—the Battersea Roof Gardens development in London—had been utilized as a testbed for the four-legged robot, which can be controlled by a human from a distance or follow a predefined route. The collaboration involved the architecture company’s Applied Research and Development group working alongside a team from Boston Dynamics. At the Battersea project, a map and associated “missions” were created for the robot to follow so it could scan specific areas and collate data. It came back to the site at weekly intervals in order to run its missions. Read More.
BP’s offshore platform in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, has a new addition: Spot. The quadruped, agile robot from Boston Dynamics made its debut last month as part of BP’s commitment to reaching net-zero emissions by 2050 and boosting employee safety and operational efficiency. Robots have long been a focus for BP’s team. Earlier this year, the company purchased Spot through Boston Dynamics’ early adopter program, with the objective of utilizing the robot to remove employees from potentially hazardous situations and physically demanding environments on offshore sites. The simplest day-to-day tasks – such as performing operator rounds, reading gauges, listening to equipment, scanning horizon, “tending to the plant,” sniffing for methane, identifying and quantifying potential leaks in hard-to-reach locations or enclosed spaces – can be complicated by the surrounding environment. Read More
Telemedicine, in the context of the coronavirus, is about reducing contact between healthcare workers and those who may transmit COVID-19. The general concept is simple: by reducing the exposure of healthcare workers by using robots and other means of remote communication, you can keep those best equipped to combat the pandemic safe and ensure they can continue to perform that important work. In this particular case, the Spot robot is carrying an iPad, as well as a two-way radio, and transmitting a live feed of a doctor in real time. “With current protocols at local hospitals, patients suspected to have COVID-19 are asked to line up in tents outside to answer questions and get initial assessments for temperature. This process requires up to five medical staff, placing those individuals at high risk of contracting the virus”. Read More.