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The robots that built the groundwork for today's portfolio.
A research venture into wheeled robots, Handle led to the development of our Stretch robot. Handle could unload trucks and build pallets while dynamically balancing on two wheels.
Spot Classic (2015)
A quadruped robot designed for indoor and outdoor operation that laid the groundwork for the robust dynamic robot control seen on Spot today.
The fastest quadruped robot on Earth, WildCat ran 32 km/h while maneuvering and maintaining its balance.
A quadruped robot designed to follow soldiers and carry their gear over rough terrain.
A small robot designed for reconnaissance, SandFlea drove like an RC car on flat terrain, but could jump 10 m into the air to leap buildings in a single bound.
A passively-stable six-legged robot with remarkable mobility on rough terrain.
The first legged robot to leave the lab, BigDog navigated rough terrain using sensors and its control system.