Deep Robotics, a developer of quadrupedal robots for industrial applications, has launched the newest version of its dexterous intelligent robot dog, Lite3.
The company says the new four-legged robot “combines advanced mobility and open modular structure” to serve education, research, and innovative entertainment purposes.
The new Lite3 series offers four product models: a basic model designed for technology enthusiasts; and three more advanced versions designed for scientific study purposes.
With new features that include Deep Robotics’ latest proprietary limb joints, control systems and advanced algorithms, Lite3 has a more powerful, quick and durable movement capability. It also offers strong scalability that can be ramped up with the installation of more modules.
The Lite quadruped robotics series is currently sold in more than a dozen countries across North America, Western Europe, the Middle East and parts of Asia, including Japan and South Korea.
The new Lite3 series is now available for pre-order on Deep Robotics’ official website and through local resellers in Europe. Overseas shipping of Lite3 is expected to begin in September 2023.