The robot dog is pawing at the top of technology

There’s much more to the robot dog than meets the eye. The robot dog represents quadruped mobile robotics – and we’ve only seen a fraction of its potential future
applications so far.

We have the honour to represent Unitree Robotics’ products in Europe. Our constantly expanding range includes products from consumer versions to weather-protected industrial ones. Unitree products are excellent development platforms for operators such as research institutes that want to get a kick start to their own walking robotics research.

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A large robot dog with a robot arm on its back. The robotic arm carries a cotton wool passport. Behind the dog, a construction worker carries a board.

Excellent performance

Unitree Go1 Pro

The Unitree Go1 Pro robot dog may be small and compact, but this robot dog has excellent performance. Thanks to its top features, you’ll be able to utilise the robot dog for optimal purposes.

  • 5 pairs of fisheye cameras
  • Smart human tracking feature
  • Maximum speed: 12.6 km/h
  • Weight: 12 kg

Technical details

Unitree Go1 Pro Robot Dog BadProbotDog

Intelligence and versatility

Unitree Go1 Pro Features

The multiple uses of the robot dog are based on its features with a wide range of potential utilisations. You can also program the robot dog yourself.

Freely programmable

In addition to the dog’s default settings, you can program it for the purposes of your choice.


5 pairs of fisheye cameras

The robot dog keeps track of its surroundings with a total of ten fisheye lens cameras.


Tracking feature

Thanks to its smart tracking system, the robot dog can accompany you on a run, for example.

Avoid obstacles

The robot dog is able to avoid obstacles on its own.



Managing even the most challenging environments

Unitree B1

The Unitree B1 robot dog combines a wide range of features that allow it to operate in challenging environments and weather conditions. The rugged B1 is ideal for industrial, agricultural, research, security patrols, search and rescue and public safety applications.

  • Load capacity: 20 kg in continuous motion
    (maximum load capacity 80 kg in standing position)
  • Maximum speed: 4.3 km/h
  • Weight: approx. 50 kg
  • Size: 1126 x 467 x 636 mm
A large robot dog with a robot arm attached.

Get to know the robot dog

Welcome onboard!

Did you spot our robot dog or see a #BadProbotDog sticker somewhere? Perhaps you’d like to check out what’s been going on with robot dogs?

Follow our social channels to see what our office dog has been up to! Find the robot dog on social media with the hashtag #BadProbotDog.


Follow our activities, connect and meet #BadProbotDog on LinkedIn.


You can follow #BadProbotDog’s latest antics on Instagram.


Read posts like The 10 most frequently asked questions about the robot dog on our blog!


In addition to shorts, you can also find longer robot dog videos on YouTube!


Brighten up your day with dog videos by following #BadProbotDog on TikTok.

Frequently asked questions about the robot dog

Contact us

Interested? Give Matti a call!

Matti Tikanmäki Probot Oy
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