The essential goal behind the actual LS3 is usually to serve while sort of pack mules. To carry bulky items intended for troopers more than robust is also another aim. It may follow itself automatically and can also reply not only spoken commands but also visual commands.
The robot has various improving versions. On the list of changes the latest version robot is usually lowering the working noises. Effectively, the new version of this robot is able to reduce one 10th of its original version through allowing soldiers walking next to it to carry on a regular conversation.
Lt. Col. Joe Hitt, who is program manager of DARPA, said that it has enough power to move at 1 to 3 miles per hour (mph) that means 1.6 to 4.8 km/h. It can walk and jog over rough, rocky land and easily transit to 5 mph jog. It can also run over level floors at7 mph. It can show the actual flexibility necessary to go with dismounted units in several terrains.
To see LS3 performance you can take a look below.