In the last decade, public and private enterprises around the world have demonstrated their achievements in the field of robotics. Inventions appear in the form of animals, then in the guise of man. However, the minus of robots is often their inability to freely move on an inhomogeneous surface, as living prototypes do. American Simon Kalouche (Simon Kalouche) believes that it is not necessary to endow the development of familiar limbs – it’s time to look for an alternative. Five minutes later, a graduate engineer had already developed and created robotic limbs, which were called the “goat leg”. True, not at all because they are characterized by similarities with the real limb of the animal mentioned. It’s all about the abbreviation “G.O.A.T.”, which stands for Gearless Omni-directional Acceleration-vectoring Topology. With “G.O.A.T.”, I am sure Kaluce, robots will be able to move in any direction and on any surface, whether it be smooth concrete, a field with bumps and pits, or mountainous terrain. What is even more interesting, the three-support limb will allow a mechanical creature to jump to a height of 80 cm, without straining at all. The developer is still finalizing his invention, but is ready in the future to provide it to all needing robots. Including, Simon Kaluche is not averse to running on the run with the famous Cheetah cheetah robot from MIT. Well, we would love to see this race across a field or other rough terrain. The only question is whether the developers of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will agree to the experiment and which robot will try goat legs first.