Ford Robutt Mimics Motions of Human Bottom

Ford Robutt Mimics Motions of Human Bottom

\" \" The Ford Robutt can sit and rise from the car's seat 25,000 times, simulating 10 years of use in just three weeks. Of course, the Ford Robutt version is quite different from Ikea's, and the duties the Robutt performs at the carmaker's European headquarters in Germany are specific to the Ford Fiesta, and based on the dimensions of \"an average large man.\" Before the Robutt, Ford used pneumatic cylinders for testing. Ford engineers call this a \"perch pattern.\" In 2014, The Verge reported that Samsung and Apple used robots to simulate humans sitting on their smartphones.

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