TALOS is an advanced humanoid designed to perform complex tasks in research and industrial settings. It uses torque control to move its limbs and can walk on uneven terrain, sense its environment, and operate power tools.
- Spain 🇪🇸
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TALOS is named after the giant automaton protecting the island of Crete in Greek mythology.
Torque sensors in all joints. Fully electrical. Capable of lifting 6-kilogram payloads per arm. Full EtherCAT communications. ROS-enabled. Dynamic walking, including on uneven ground and stairs. Can complete tasks such as drilling or screwing. Human-robot interaction skills.
- 175 cm
- 95 kg
- 3 km/h
Torque sensor feedback in every joint. Inertial measurement unit (IMU). RGB-D camera. Expansion modules for new sensors.
32 high-torque brushless DC motors
- Degrees of Freedom (DoF)
- 32 (Leg: 6 DoF x 2; Arm 7 DoF x 2; Gripper: 1 DoF x 2; Waist: 2 DoF; Neck: 2 DoF)
Two Intel Core i7 CPUs
Ubuntu Linux OS, ROS LTS, OROCOS, Gazebo simulation and URDF model, Real-time ros_control loop at +1 kHz, MoveIt!
1080-Wh lithium-ion battery, 1.5 hours of operation walking, 3 hours of operation on standby
- €900,000 (approximately)