Servo Magazine ( January 2009 )
By Jeff Eckert View In Digital Edition
In many nooks and crannies of the bot industry, miniaturization is the name of the game. Not so at Caterpillar, Inc. ([url=http://www.cat.com]http://www.cat.com[/url]), which is working with Carnegie Mellon’s Robotics Institute ([url=http://www.ri.cmu.edu]http://www.ri.cmu.edu[/url]) to develop autonomous versions of haul trucks used in mining operations. Among them is the 793D haul truck, which can handle payloads of 240+ tons. Aimed at increased productivity and zero-injury safety levels, the behemoths will be fitted with an array of gadgets to keep...
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