The first humanoid robot Suren developed in Iran about ten years ago. Recently, scientists from Tehran University introduced to the world the fourth model in its line.
The development involved a team of more than 50 scientists with Professor Agil Yousefi-Coma at the helm. Compared to its predecessor Suren III, the robot has become even more recognisable.
The robot is now able to move on uneven surfaces. The main bulk of all efforts focused on its legs. The walking speed of the robot increased from 0.3 to 0.7 km / h, and the design itself became more manageable. Suren IV is 1.7 meters tall and weighs 68 kg. The weight of the robot was 20 cm higher and the weight 30 kg more.
The ROS operating system integrates all the subsystems of the robot, allowing it to act as a single mechanism. Thanks to the built-in camera, she sees well and recognises what is happening around her.
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