Despite numerous attempts, we still haven’t waited for many fully autonomous two-legged robots to help solve all sorts of “environmental problems” in the human posture. LEO is another attempt of this kind, although this time it is also augmented with the ability to fly.
The robot LEONARDO (named by the creators diminutive “LEO”), whose main idea is to walk on two legs, and in case of a difficult obstacle – to fly up using motors, was presented at the California Technical University.
The biggest competitor for LEONARDO seems to be the Boston Dynamics proposal – ATLAS, clearly more massive, which, however, some time ago was taught to do parkour.
Compare the capabilities of these robots.