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Boston Dynamics
Boston Dynamics, Inc., an engineering company, develops robots and software for human simulation.

It offers BigDog, a quadruped robot for travel on rough-terrain; PETMAN, an anthropomorphic robot for testing equipment; RISE, a robot that climbs vertical surfaces; SquishBot, a shape-changing chemical robot that moves through tight space, and many others.

The company also provides DI-Guy software development toolkit, a set of C++ libraries and content that enables users to add realistic human characters to applications; DI-Guy artificial intelligence that adds brains to DI-Guy characters so they react instantly to events; DI-Guy scenario, a tool designed for human simulation; and DI-Guy motion editor, a tool that lets users to create new motions DI-Guy characters. DI-Guy has become the defacto standard for human simulation as used in military applications; it is used by leading organizations world-wide, including all branches of the US Armed Forces.

Boston Dynamics, Inc. markets its products through resellers. The company was founded in 1992 and is based in Waltham, Massachusetts.


Contact Info
78 Fourth Ave.
Waltham, MA, 02451
United States
Tel: 781.663.0586
Company Leadership

Marc Raibert, Co-founder

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Boston Dynamics builds advanced robots with remarkable mobility, agility, dexterity and speed.Organizations worldwide, from DARPA, the US Army, Navy and Marine Corps to Sony Corporation turn to Boston Dynamics for advice and for help creating the most advanced robots on Earth.

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From left to right: DI Guy; RHex; LittleDog; and SquishBot.

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