The Unitree Go1 series consists of quadruped robots for the research & development of autonomous systems in the fields of robot-human interaction (HRI), SLAM & transportation. Due to the four legs, as well as the 12DOF, this robot can handle a variety of different terrains. The Go1 is Unitree's latest device and comes with a perfected drive & power management system, which enables a speed (depending on the version) of up to 3.7m/s or 11.88km/h with an operating time of up to 2.5 hours. Furthermore, the motors have a torque of 23.70N.m at the body/thighs and 35.55N.m at the knees, which also allow jumps or backflips.
Equipment and variants
The Go1 series has 3 variants: Go1 Air, Go1 Pro and Go 1 Edu, which differ a little technically. The differences are mainly the processors and sensor systems, the Air and Pro variant works, depending on the model, with one or 3x "4*1.43GHz 128Core 0.5T" processor as well as with 1 or 5 Super Sensor System. Both variants are equipped with 3 ultrasonic sensors.
The Go 1 Edu variant has up to 3 nano processors, 5x super sensor systems and 4 ultrasonic sensors.
The Go1s are delivered with an ARM Cortex A72 CPU as standard, which provides sufficient performance for SLAM, optional devices such as 3D LiDAR for precise mapping solutions, and much more.
In addition, we provide complete simulation & visualisation tools, such as Webots, Gazebo or RViZ. These tools have two major advantages. On the one hand, they enable feasibility studies without existing hardware as well as application developments with minimal costs.
Differences Basic & Explorer
Like the Explorer, the Basic version of the Unitree A1 also has an IntelRealsense 3D camera, but the computing operations are performed by a Raspberry Pi in the Basic version, whereas an NViDIA TX2 or NX is installed in the Explorer version. Of course, the Raspberry Pi cannot perform full image processing, but is usually only the interface between the robot and the third-party device. Thus, the Basic variant is suitable for all those who want to install their own CPU & GPU, and the Explorer variant for all those who like to have a complete research platform "out of the box".
The Unitree A1 comes standard with an ARM Cortex A72 CPU, which provides sufficient performance for SLAM, optional devices such as 2D LiDAR and much more. If desired, the A1 can be equipped with an Nvidia TX2, which also enables path planning, 3D-SLAM, CUDA and much more. The robot is based on an Ubuntu OS with ROS.
In addition, we provide complete simulation & visualization tools, such as Webots, Gazebo or RViZ. These tools have two major advantages. On the one hand, they allow feasibility studies without existing hardware as well as application development with minimal costs.
- 1 x Unitree Go1
- 1 x Unitree Go1 Battery
- 1 x Unitree Go1 Charger
- 1 x Unitree Go1 Remote Controller
|Shipping weight:||25,00 Kg|
|Product weight:||12,00 Kg|