Watch a team of Boston Dynamics robots pull a truck like champs

Three years on and it's now a robot capable of working in a group to pull a truck.

Boston Dynamics, the company behind robots like the SpotMini, Spot and Atlas, posted the video on YouTube on Tuesday.

The comparison clip above shows how far Boston Dynamics' tech has come over the course of a decade. The design was an evolution of the first SpotMini, whose terrifying gripping arm made it resemble something from a horror movie.

The Spot robot is designed like a four-legged animal and for use both inside and outside.

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The latest video features 10 of the dog-like "SpotMini" robots pulling a truck across the company's parking lot. There was a driver behind the wheel during the demonstration, probably to prevent accidents, but the vehicle itself was in neutral.

SpotMini has repeatedly impressed us ever since it got a new look in 2017.

According to Boston Dynamics, the Spot robots are coming off of the production line now and will be available for a range of applications in the near future, marking the first hint of commercial sales for the company after almost three decades of research.

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