Engineers in China have successfully moved an 85-year-old historical school building in Shanghai to a new location using 198 robotic legs.
China is known for moving old structures to make room for new construction projects, but the way they moved this 7,600-tonne structure was particularly interesting.
Usually, flatbeds or side rails are used to relocate these structures, but the Lagen Primary School was quite challenging for engineers.
After considering different options, experts settled on an innovative “walking” system made up of 198 hydraulic legs that were used to lift the giant building to help it “walk” a total of 62 meters over 18 days.
Even though this is not the first time a building has been relocated, this was the first time robotic hydraulic legs were used.
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