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Fastbrick Robotics’ Hadrian X robot needs little human interaction and can lay up to 1000 bricks per hour. The one-armed robot in action. (Photo from Fastbrick)   Australian Robotic technology company Fastbrick Robotics (FBR) Limited has created a robot that’s out for our construction jobs. The one-armed bricklayer, dubbed Hadrian X, recently built its first house in under three days making it a world first. The bot built a 180-square meter three-bedroom, two-bathroom in less t ...
Researchers at MIT have employed a fleet of drones with the same system found in self-driving to be more effective in search and rescue missions. This new system doesn’t rely on GPS, which is often non-existent in forested areas. (Photo & video via MIT)   Drones are being used for more things aside from delivering your Amazon package. They’ve been employed in search and rescues missions proving to be effective tools. Unfortunately, this doesn’t hold up when conducting ...
Mochibot shows the world it can never have too many legs to move around. A 32-legged robot that can traverse on all types of terrain features a unique design and movement. (Image Credit: Keio University and University of Tokyo)   Legged robots may be superior to wheeled robots when it comes to traveling on different terrain, but walking robots always have an increased risk of falling over. Which can make it difficult for a two or four robot to get back on its feet if the need ever arises. ...