Based on the technical innovation of lightweight quadrupeds, Unitree upgraded its technology to create a smart and improved walking partner. Go2 features Unitree's self-developed 4D LIDAR L1 with 360° x90° hemispherical ultra-wide recognition, super small blind spot and a minimum detection distance as low as 0.05m, enabling Go2 to recognise multiple terrains.
By adopting the new wireless vector positioning and control technology, the positioning accuracy is technically upgraded by 50%. In open spaces with no shelter, the remote control distance can reach over 30m, and combined with the optimised obstacle avoidance strategy, it can make the robot better traverse complex terrain.
Go2 boasts a peak joint torque of 45N.m (on the largest joint motor), a new internal trace connecting technique, and heat pipe coolers to decrease temperature effectively.
Go2 is equipped with a battery capacity increased to 8,000mAh, with an optional 15,000mAh ultra-long life battery, and a voltage increased to 28.8V to improve motor efficiency, power and stability.
Go2 boasts a variety of poses such as jumping, stretching, shaking hands, cheering, pouncing, and sitting down.