Project Canis

Project Canis is a series of experimental quadruped robots. Through the use of cutting-edge technology, students work to push the boundaries of their hardware and discover the limitations of current technology. Click to learn more.

Canis XP-1 Render

XP-1 Canis

Starting with its development in late 2020, XP-1 Canis was our first foray into quadrupedal robotics. While it was never completed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many of the lessons gained from this version of Canis were carried forwards as it also helped with launching our organization forwards as an engineering team.

Canis Minor

Canis Minor

Based on the open-source "Spot Micro" project, Canis Minor finished its initial development in the summer of 2022, with ongoing testing expected to last into 2023. Its primary purpose is to serve as a test mule for software and experimental equipment being considered for Canis Major.

Canis Major

Canis Major is currently a work in progress

Special Thanks

Univeristy of CalgaryScouts CanadaPlatform CalgaryArcurveKiwanis InternationalStudica Robotics


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