TIAGo is a mobile service robot designed to work in indoor environments. It has an extendable torso and a manipulator arm to grab tools and objects. Its sensor suite allows it to perform a wide range of perception, manipulation, and navigation tasks.
- Spain 🇪🇸
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TIAGo stands for "take it and go."
Arm is capable of lifting payloads of up to 3kg when fully stretched. Torso can lift. Pan-tilt head. Fully ROS enabled. Mapping and localization in unstructured indoor environments. Path planning with self-collision avoidance. Multi-language text-to-speech, facial and speech recognition. Telepresence and teleoperation with joystick or leap motion sensor. Pick and place, grasping, and dexterous manipulation. Interchangeable plug and play end-effectors. Arm learns by demonstation. Customizable hardware and software. Laptop tray.
- 110 cm (145 cm | 57 in fully extended)
- 70 kg
- 3.6 km/h
Force-torque sensor on wrist. Customizable laser and sonar sensors, inertial measurement unit (IMU), RGB-D camera, two microphone arrays. Touchscreen and fingertips sensors (optional).
Nine brushless DC motors and eight brushed DC motors
- Degrees of Freedom (DoF)
- 12 (Torso lift: 1 DoF; Arm 7 DoF; Mobile Base: 2 DoF; Head: 2 DoF. Optional end-effector can add additional DoF. Gripper: 2 DoF; Hey5 Hand: 19 DoF, 3 actuated)
Intel Core i7
Ubuntu Linux OS, ROS LTS, OROCOS, Gazebo simulation and URDF model, ros_control, MoveIt!
36-V, 20-Ah battery: one battery, 4 to 5 hours of operation, or two batteries, 8 to 10 hours of operation
- €29,000 to 59,000 (depending on specifications)