Humanoid Robot ‘Petman’

Humanoid Robot ‘Petman’
Design

The humanoid robot PETMAN (protection ensemble test mannequin) is planned to be used for testing of chemical protection suits under realistic conditions.

Max Celko
  • 29 october 2009

The humanoid robot PETMAN (protection ensemble test mannequin) is planned to be used for testing of chemical protection suits under realistic conditions. The robot will have the shape and size of a standard human and move dynamically like a real person. The robot will balance itself and move freely, aim, crawl and perform a variety of suit-stressing calisthenics during exposure to chemical warfare agents.

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