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The DOBOT CR Series of high accuracy, 6 Axis cobot arms with payloads of up to 16kg are ideal for environments where people are nearby with built in collision detection & avoidance. The CR Series is also intended to be far simpler to deploy. Physically pose and capture movements with the touch of a button and record sequences of movements without any programming knowledge. Potential for many different end-effects make the CR Series a versatile automation platform. Visual programming interfaces also make setting up your automation attainable for those with no coding experience.

Interbotix X-Series arms are made for education and research with support for ROS (Melodic, Noetic), Moveit, Gazebo and MATLAB® as well as demos and instructional videos to help get you up and running with your platform in under an hour. The X-Series offers a variety of different models to choose from with options in 4, 5 and 6 degrees of freedom and payloads from 50-750g. All of the X-Series arms operate on the same central open-source code repository. Perfect for the classroom, these platforms are ideal for applications such as vision-based pick & place, machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Full line of rugged UGV / AGV for autonomous driving, academic research, agriculture management, geographic surveying industries, and more. The AgileX UGVs are supported by open-source software: ROS, Gazebo and CAN (A Controller Area Network (CAN bus) and come in a variety of chassis and drive options. Development kits create adding even more capabilities include GPS navigation, SLAM Navigation and autonomous navigation.

Unitree Robotics offers a series of low-cost, high-performance quadrupeds ready for secondary development. These legged robots are packed full of powerful computers, sensors, and actuators that allow users to reliably deploy their applications. Open source packages provide simple high and low level control through ROS or Python and simulation in Gazebo. The onboard cameras can be used for computer vision applications like object detection, object tracking, visual SLAM, and more. The Go1 line’s camera can be accessed through an open source SDK.