Boston Dynamics’ Dog-Like Robot Navigates And Surveys Tokyo Construction Sites Like a Pro

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Boston Dynamics’ super-realistic dog-like bot will be available next year and will likely be found at construction sites near you.

Four months ago, Boston Dynamics said that their SpotMini robot would be on sale as early as 2019. The firm has been releasing a series of life-like and even superhuman robots that have been both impressing people and freaking them out.

This latest video by the robotics firm shows their Spot dog-like model tested on actual construction sites in Japan. “We have begun field testing the Spot robot for commercial usage around the world,” reads the video’s description.

“After an initial mapping run, Spot autonomously navigated two dynamic construction sites in Tokyo and used a specialized payload for surveying work progress. An

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