LS3 – Legged Squad Support System

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The Legged Squad Support System (LS3) is a rough-terrain robot developed by Boston Dynamics with funding from DARPA and the US Marine Corps. It is designed to carry 400 lbs of payload and travel 20 miles without refueling. LS3 has sensors that let it follow a human leader while avoiding obstacles in the terrain. For more information visit www.BostonDynamics.com.

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Cyber Maniac says:

What can this dog robot do other than roaming around

Tahlia Spackman says:

I really, really, really, really wanna put a saddle on this and ride it! Robotic horses! I am so damn ready.

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Sofi Dumrauf says:

Quisiera cabalgarlo ???

ONE PIECE says:

バイクのエンジンだとイメージが壊れるから、ジェットエンジンのタービンで発電してくれ

zpeed7 says:

I thought it was LS swapped… ?

Brian Williams says:

Who else thinks of this as some horizon zero dawn stuff

Vaio San says:

They could use it to non military cases, but I suppose is too expensive for this?

Luna The Crusader says:

I have a question, how exactly is this thing supposed to "support"? Like how does it support?

matthieu blondin says:

The world's most advanced robot looks like a sick dog! lol

Christian Broberg says:

It's pretty amazing in the stability area, but "stealth" is not one of its virtues so it is not suited for surprise attacks if marine squads are gonna use it 😉

Xavier Rodriguez says:

Donald Trump is going to strap a gun to the top of it.

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Its interesting how far technology came so far. But like in so many other Parts of industry its the Technology to store Energy compactly is Lacking….

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