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Russian anthropomorphic rescue robot, FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research) received 48 engines 32 of which are Russian, have informed “news” the Executive Director of the scientific-production Association (NPO) “Android technology” Eugene Dudorov.
“The commutator motors we use Swiss to operate the grips. But future robots will have domestic. Reducers, unfortunately, German. Sensors — there are Russian, and there are German and American production. Computer equipment — is also, unfortunately, foreign”, — said the head.
The Executive Director said that Russia is not “the full [single Board] the computer system power and cooling,” and also spoke about the difficulties associated with the supply of imported brushless torque motors. “One German company refused to work with us for the supply of engines. Had to develop them ourselves. Now they are manufactured commercially,” added the Manager.
In February Dudorov said that in monetary terms FEDOR on 40% consists of Russian components, while the mass of the parts the robot is Russian 70-75 per cent.
Rocket “Soyuz-2.1 a” with the spacecraft “Soyuz MS-14” was launched from Baikonur cosmodrome to the International space station (ISS) on the morning of 22 August. Aboard manned spacecraft is a three-man FEDOR is a robot, named Skybot F-850.
FEDOR created “Android technology” and Fund of perspective researches (FPI) by the order of EMERCOM of Russia. The relevant development has started in 2014. To build the robot it took 300 million rubles.
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