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Oregon State University Engineers Develop 'Cassie' the Bipedal Robot to Deliver Packages

Engineers at Oregon State University have developed a bi-pedal robot, named Cassie, designed to eventually “revolutionize” package delivery.

“Quite simply, robots with legs can go a lot of places that wheels cannot," said Dr. Johnathan Hurst, associate professor of robotics in the OSU College of Engineering and chief technology officer at Agility Robotics, a company born from the robotics research at OSU. “Cassie the robot can stand, steer, and take a pretty good fall without breaking. It’s half the weight and much more capable than earlier robots developed at OSU.”

Cassie was built with $1 million grant from the Advanced Research Projects Agency of the US Department of Defense, according to a press release from the university.

A music free version of this video is available below. Credit: YouTube/Oregon State University via Storyful