Monday, July 22, 2024

A Toy or a Friend? Meet the Robot Dog that Wants to be Your Pet

Meet the world’s first intelligent bionic quadruped robot companion at the consumer level. Robot dogs with jobs are already a thing. Supercomputers and artificial intelligence may be the new best friends of humanity. Robotic dogs are more intelligent and practical than ever; they are even prepared to be our pets.

Robotic dogs are already employed in a variety of tasks, including package delivery, examining areas of operating power plants that pose a risk to humans, checking for leaks or other issues in chemical plants, and even measuring gas levels on oil rigs.

As a new detection method for factories, parks, substations, urban underground pipe corridors, and other important places, intelligent inspection quadruped robots can obtain environmental information and identification information of sensing equipment and can complete tasks that cannot be done manually.

Also, some of them can be equipped with an intelligent fire-fighting system that helps protect firefighter safety so that rescuers are no longer in danger!

Yet, some of them are only interested in being your friends. Unitree Robotics, located in China, created Go1 to be a pet. Gou, the Chinese term for the dog, is capable of a wide range of duties because of its real-time 3D mapping sensors, multiple cameras, agility, and dynamic object avoidance.

But to be your friend, it can provide companionship, home assistance, and security for elderly people, and even be your jogging partner.

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