The BWI millworks, a large underground facility near Detroit that has been used for decades, has been discovered and can now be used for building robots that crawl through a series of tunnels under the city.
A team of researchers discovered the complex by studying soil that has formed in the tunnel under the mill, and found that they could use it to build a robot that could crawl through those tunnels.
They found that the robots could not only navigate through the tunnels, but that they can crawl around them in a variety of ways, like using gravity to propel themselves through the tunnel, and by manipulating the tunnel’s shape to create artificial walls.
The researchers then took this information and developed a robotic model that could successfully traverse the tunnels.
When they took the robot to the facility, they found that it could crawl around the shafts and through the hole in the wall, but the robot did not actually walk through the walls.
Instead, it was forced to use gravity to get through the holes in the walls, which made it hard to move.
The team says this is because the robots use a variety the motions of the earth.
“Because of the extreme gravity at the site, the robots are not able to fully reach the top of the shaft,” the team wrote in a paper published in the journal Science Robotics.
Instead, the researchers used the robots to “screw through the wall of the tunnel using the ground as a platform,” allowing the robots access to the shaft.
This is not the first time that robots have been used to construct robots, but it is the first instance of robots working in underground tunnels, a capability that is not common in other areas of the world.