The Meka M1 is a mobile manipulation platform designed to help and collaborate with humans. It includes a wheeled base, a torso, an expressive head, and compliant arms with dexterous hands.
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The design of the M1 was inspired by Cody, a research robot from Georgia Tech.
The M1 uses series elastic actuators in its arms to allow for safe, compliant control with integrated force sensing.
- Equipped with series elastic actuator arms and hands (with torque control at each joint) and a holonomic mobile base.
- 160 cm | 63 in
- 67 cm | 26.4 in
- 46 cm | 18.1 in
- 165 kg | 363.8 lb
- 3.6 km/h | 2.2 mph
- High-resolution camera and 3D camera in the head, joint torque and angle sensors. Additional sensor suite optional.
- Series elastic actuators
- 24-V 60-Ah battery, 1 hour of operation
- Three 2.5 GHz Intel Core2 Duo
- Ubuntu Linux OS, ROS, and RTAI+Meka M3 for real-time operation.
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- 33 (Arm: 7 DoF x 2; Hand: 5 DoF x 2; Head: 9 DoF)
- Machined aluminum and sheet metal.
- $320,000 (depending on configuration)