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Aero DRC | Team Aero

Team Aero is a group of RT engineers who are all robot enthusiast. Its goal is to develop a robot that is both beautiful and sleek.

Its robot, Aero DRC, consists of a total of 38 degrees of freedom. There are 2 arms with 7 degrees of freedom each, 4 legs with 4 degrees of freedom each, a hip with 3 degrees of freedom, a neck with 3 degrees of freedom and 2 hands with 2 degrees of freedom each.

Weight is 50kg (110lb) and height is about 160cm (5’3”). Aero DRC was built utilizing OEM robotic motion components called SEED Solutions.

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