The Iranian roboticists have revealed Surena IV. The new robot is a significant improvement over past plans. a group of 50 Iranian roboticists from the University of Tehran’s Center for Advanced Systems and Technologies (CAST) revealed one of its most progressive humanoid robots known as Surena IV.
Surena IV is additionally more agile. Custom power sensors on the lower part of its feet help the robot venture over lopsided surfaces by changing the point and position of each foot. Strolling speed expanded to 0.7 kilometres each hour from 0.3 km/h in the past age. While Surena IV is certainly not an exceptionally unique machine-like Atlas, the broadly coordinated humanoid from Boston Dynamics, it depends on an entire body movement regulator that persistently changes its stance to stay away from falls. In its general plan, Surena is presumably more practically identical to humanoids like UBTECH’s Walker, Honda’s Asimo, Pal Robotics’ Talos, KAIST’s Hubo, and AIST’s HRP-2, albeit these robots have as of now openly showed a more extensive scope of abilities. The robot shows a few human-like abilities, for example, getting a handle on a water bottle, composing its name on a whiteboard, copying a human’s posture.
The robot depends on an entire body movement regulator that constantly changes its stance to keep away from falls. Additionally, the custom power sensors on the lower part of its feet help the robot venturing over lopsided surfaces. It can do as such by changing the point and position of each foot. Urena IV’s outside highlights new plastic covers that make the robot look smooth and just marginally threatening. Teacher Yousefi-Koma has accentuated that he sees Surena as an “image of innovation headway toward harmony and mankind,” trusting it will assist with rousing individuals about the potential outcomes of mechanical technology.