Ford is unleashing two of Boston Dynamics‘ terrifying robot dogs on its factory floors in August. The quadrupeds — known as Fluffy and Spot — will use their four-camera scanning systems to generate 3D maps of Ford‘s Van Dyke manufacturing plant in Michigan. These maps will then be used by engineers to update their original designs of the facility. “We design and build the plant. After that, over the years, changes are made that rarely get documented,” said Mark Goderis, Ford‘s digital engineering manager, in a statement. “Scanning one plant could take two weeks. With Fluffy’s help, we are able to do…

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