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MOTHERBOARD goes behind the scenes at the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals in Los Angeles, where teams behind the world's most advanced search and rescue robots compete for millions of dollars in prize funding from the US Department of Defense. Think of it as Game 7 of the World Series of ground-based, semi-autonomous robots, two of which we first met while filming our documentary INHUMAN KIND. Which robot will come out on top, and which robots will crack under the pressure?

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MIT receives its Atlas robot (built by Boston Dynamics) to use in the DARPA Robotics Challenge. Team MIT will develop software to control and command Atlas to perform various actions in a disaster response situation. Visit drc.mit.edu and www.theroboticschallenge..org for more details.

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NASA JPL's RoboSimian robot stood out at the DARPA Robotics Challenge as one of the few non-humanoid designs. The use of four versatile limbs allows it to adapt to the test scenario in ways that would be difficult for a bipedal robot. We chat with Katie Byl of the UC Santa Barbara Robotics Lab, whose team programmed RoboSimian, to learn about the advantages of a quadruped design and how RoboSimian may be utilized in complex environments like being underground or even in space!

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Find out more about RoboSimian here: https://www-robotics.jpl.nasa.gov/tasks/showTask.cfm?TaskID=236&tdaID=700043

Find out more about the UCSB Robotics Lab here: http://robotics.ece.ucsb.edu/

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DARPA's Ground X-Vehicle Technologies (GXV-T) program aims to improve mobility, survivability, safety, and effectiveness of future combat vehicles without piling on armor. The demonstrations featured here show progress on technologies for traveling quickly over varied terrain and improving situational awareness and ease of operation.

These demonstrations feature technologies developed for DARPA by:

1) Carnegie Mellon University, National Robotics Engineering Center
2) Honeywell International
3) Pratt & Miller
4) QinetiQ
5) Raytheon BBN Technologies

Learn more at: http://www.darpa.mil/news-events/2018-06-22.

This is the official YouTube channel of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Comments, video responses, subscribers and friends ...

Learn more about the DARPA Robotics Challenge at http://www.theroboticschallenge.org/

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DARPA held its latest Robotics Challenge this weekend, bringing tegether some of the top robots in the world to see which fares best in disaster-related tasks. But it wasn't just about the challeges; the DRC was equally a showcase of the future - and the current reality - of robot development. So which team came out on top? The answer may surprise you. Or not.

Additional footage and information from http://roboticschallenge.org

Meet Google's New Robot Army http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzi-0Oh1lxk

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I see a few people have made silly versions of the hilarious footage of the robots failing. Here's my take on it.

SCHAFTチームの階段登り.独特のステップでさくさく登っていった.実際に登り始めるのは3:00くらいから.

I'm not a member of SCHAFT. But, I heard some informations about their robot at site.
This robot is remotely controlled. Communication speed is limited to 100 kbps in the provisions of the challenge.
Operator sets a point to touch down a foot on each step based on scanned 3D-map. 3D-map is large data, and communication limit is very low. Therefore, it takes time to each step.

シャフトのメンバーではないですが、現地で幾つかロボットについて聞いてきたので書いておきます。
まず、ロボットは遠隔操作です。ただし、通信帯域が大会の規定により100kbpsに絞られています。
ロボットが取得した三次元環境地図をもとに、オペレータが足の付く位置を指示して歩行するとのこと。この三次元環境地図のデータが巨大なので、通信制限も相まって歩行やらが遅くなっているそうです。

The DARPA-funded study which successfully conducted a 'mind meld' of two rats is a precursor to the creation of DARPA's ultimate goal - a borg army of killer robots which will use their hive mind to hunt down and eliminate human targets.

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Learn more at http://www.theroboticschallenge.org/.

Day 2 of the DRC Trials will be streamed on www.youtube..com/darpatv.

Learn more at http://www.theroboticschallenge.org/
Follow along on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/DARPA #DARPADRC

I do not own this content. The original 10 hour and 45 minute video can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?&v=mwWm3HaDbnQ

I simply stripped out everything that wasn't robots doing stuff. Which was a surprisingly small amount of content given the original ~11-hour runtime. There was very little commentary in the original as well. I added all applicable audio.

Most of the robot footage is sped up as they move rather slow.

The original contains a fair amount of interviews with the teams so check out the above link for that content. This is little more than the robot footage set to music.

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The DARPA Robotics Challenge challenged teams with designing and teaching robots to complete an obstacle course simulating a disaster relief scenario--a task more difficult than it sounds. We chat with Doug Steven of the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition to learn how the IHMC team has programmed a Boston Dynamics Atlas robot to tackle the competition.

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The new Terminator movie comes out on July 1. Would we ever see killer robots so advanced? Probably. But looking at DARPA's 2015 robot challenge, it looks like it's going to take a looong time. Just don't laugh too loud or they will kill come back to kill you in a couple of decades.

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A new version of Atlas, designed to operate outdoors and inside buildings. It is electrically powered and hydraulically actuated. It uses sensors in its body and legs to balance and LIDAR and stereo sensors in its head to avoid obstacles, assess the terrain and help with navigation. This version of Atlas is about 5' 9" tall (about a head shorter than the DRC Atlas) and weighs 180 lbs.

Video Credit: Boston Dynamics

Robots are coming of age. As part of the DARPA Robotics Challenge, Lockheed Martin is developing autonomous systems that work together with human operators. This collaborative approach applies across many platforms and domain. Our research will eventually allow humans to be more efficient and effective in challenging environments that are difficult or too dangerous to access today.
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Team KAIST from Korea climbs the stairs to victory, finishing the eighth and final task of the DARPA Robotics Challenge with the fastest time.

Heavy weight articulating robot, developed by Boston Dynamics under auspices of DARPA

DARPA is an agency that takes high risks in pursuit of great rewards. This video is a celebration of risk.

Thank you to all of the teams that participated in the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals. Keep on taking risks.

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Development of the Russian DARPA: humanoid robot FEDOR [footage of the testing of the robot]

Formerly known as "Avatar", the robot received a new name - FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research).

Development of the robot began in the framework of the project "Rescuer" in 2014.

The growth of the robot "FEDOR" is 184 cm, depending on the attached removable modules and additional equipment weight FEDOR is from 106 to 160 kg. Hand the robot can lift freight to 10 kg.

At the tests in November, 2016, the robot showed how it inserts the key into the keyhole, extinguishes the fire with a fire extinguisher, gets into the car, working with the hand saw, a soldering iron and the welding machine.

In the future FEDOR will be used not only on Earth, but also will go to space.

[Video by Fund of perspective researches of Russia]

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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) hosts the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals 2015 at the Fairplex in Pomona, California. Twenty-five teams from around the world enter their autonomous robot designs to compete for a two million dollar grand prize. The goal for each robot is to accomplish a series of tasks that could aid response efforts during man-made or natural disasters. Video by Staff Sgt. Robert Harnden | Defense Media Activity - Riverside | Date: 06.06.2015

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Say hello to the robots that will be competing in the December 2013 DARPA Robotics Challenge Trials at the Homestead-Miami Speedway! Which is your favorite?

The robots shown here are in various states of readiness. The teams have until December to complete their bots for the initial round of physical competition in the DARPA Robotics Challenge. The goal of the competition is to advance the technology required to create robots to assist humans in disaster response.

The six Track A robots will compete against seven teams using the Atlas robot, created by Boston Dynamics for DARPA, and against an unknown number of teams from Track D.

For more information on the Challenge, visit www.theroboticschallenge.org.

Deep in the woods in Maryland, the U.S Army is testing exoskeletons that can lighten the load that soldiers carry. Read more: http://spectrum.ieee.org/video/robotics/military-robots/darpa-tests-batterypowered-exoskeletons-on-real-soldiers

In 2005, DARPA announced the Nano Air Vehicle (NAV) program and its goal to develop agile and flyers system that could fit in one hand. This video chronicles the development of a "hummingbird" flyer by Aerovironment from concept to prototype demonstration and introduction to the public. A number of difficult design and engineering challenges were overcome in the course of the program, particularly in the wing structure, propulsion and control actuators. Numerous complete prototypes were built and tested to assess and improve the performance of the systems shown in the video. The final prototype achieves the noteworthy milestone of 2-wing flapping hovering and fast forward flight with all power sources on the aircraft and all controls implemented through modulation of the wing strokes in a shape that resembles a real hummingbird and carries and on-board camera that relays video to the pilot in real time. For more information, please visit http://www.darpa.mil/Our_Work/DSO/Programs/Nano_Air_Vehicle_(NAV).aspx

Robots perform at DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals in US.

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The use of ground robots in military explosive-ordinance-disposal missions already saves many lives and prevents thousands of other casualties. If the current limitations on mobility and manipulation capabilities of robots can be overcome, robots could potentially assist warfighters across a greater range of missions. DARPA's Maximum Mobility and Manipulation (M3) program seeks to create and demonstrate significant scientific and engineering advances in robot mobility and manipulation capabilities.

This video shows a modified iRobot 510 PackBot equipped with an advanced suspension system maneuvering on a test course. The compliant suspension improves the robot's mobility over rough and uneven terrain. The technological enhancement enables faster transit speeds, climbing of very steep slopes, improved heading control, greater accommodation of debris entering the suspension and reduced impact forces on carried payloads.

M3 is a research program aimed at improving robot capabilities through fundamentally new approaches to the engineering of better design tools, fabrication methods and control algorithms. The program covers scientific advancement across four parallel tracks: design tools, fabrication methodologies, control methods and technology-demonstration prototypes. The prototypes demonstrated are designed to test technological advances in robotics across a range of functions, and are not necessarily intended to enter production for military use.

The DARPA M3 performer for the Advanced Suspension for Improved Mobility system is iRobot of Bedford, Mass.

For more information on the M3 program, please visit http://go.usa.gov/E0B

DARPA showed this video as it was awarding South Korea's Team KAIST the grand prize of $2 million for winning the 2015 DARPA Robotics Challenge. The video shows the robot completing tasks in fast motion. Full coverage of the event here: http://venturebeat.com/2015/06/06/koreas-team-kaist-wins-the-2015-darpa-robotics-challenge/