Recently, the six-legged ski robot designed and developed by Shanghai Jiao Tong University has completed the primary track, intermediate track and co-skiing experiments with people in Shenyang, and passed the tests of stability control, intelligent perception, planning and decision-making and other aspects.
This ski robot was developed under the call of the “Science and Technology Winter Olympics”, led by Professor Gao Feng of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and a footed robot research team composed of the School of Mechanical and Power Engineering and the School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering of Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
In this test, the skiing robot glides at a speed of more than 10m/s on an intermediate snow track with a length of 400 meters and a slope of 18 degrees, and uses technologies such as intelligent perception and braking control to complete the robot’s racing, turning, planning routes, and avoiding obstacles. As well as experimental subjects such as human-robot interaction, in addition to its flexible body and beautiful posture, it can be controlled by wireless remote human-computer interaction to walk through skiers in a real skiing environment, allowing everyone to experience the fun of skiing with robots.
According to tellerreport.com