ADIBOT-A: an Autonomous Disinfection Robot

ADIBOT-A: an Autonomous Disinfection Robot

UBTECH Robotics developed an autonomous UV-C disinfection robot called the ADIBOT-A that is capable of autonomous navigation in different floor plans using U-SLAM. Image credit: UBTECH Robotics Developed in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the robot can be widely used as a disinfection solution in medical centers, hospitals, hotels, schools, and fitness centers. Image credit: UBTECH Robotics Key features: four PIR motions sensors can detect motion from 30 ft. awayRGBD TOF camera for 3D depth perception360 degree light coverageLIDAR, and ultrasonic sensors for better navigationautonomously navigates toward the charging dock for recharging Image credit: UBTECH Robotics Image credit: UBTECH…
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Labrador Retriever Robot: an Assistive Robot for Elderly

Labrador Retriever Robot: an Assistive Robot for Elderly

Labrador Systems, a company that makes assistive home robots, recently made Labrador Retriever which is an autonomous service robot to make life easier for senior adults or people with disabilities to move or "retrieve" things at home. Image credit: Labrador Systems Initially, the robot should be trained to build a map for the home. This training is done using a set of routes and stops (places that the robot should go, such as by the fridge) based on the customer's needs and preferences. Image credit: Labrador Systems Then the robot can navigate through the home autonomously using 3D vision and…
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SOMATIC’s New Version of Its Bathroom Cleaning Robot

SOMATIC’s New Version of Its Bathroom Cleaning Robot

SOMATIC has recently released the optimized version of its bathroom cleaning robot that has progressed beautifully compared to its previous version. Image credit: SOMATIC Watch a short video of this below: More information: http://getsomatic.com/ Thanks for reading this post. You can access more categorized news on Robotics and Mechatronics at the link below: https://www.mecharithm.com/category/robotics-mechatronics-news/ If you enjoyed this post, please consider contributing to help us with our mission to make robotics and mechatronics available for everyone. We deeply thank you for your generous contribution! Do not forget to contact us: Be sure to let us know your thoughts and questions…
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Kfoodtech’s Botbob, the World’s First Korean Food Robot Kitchen

Kfoodtech’s Botbob, the World’s First Korean Food Robot Kitchen

This is Kfoodtech’s Botbob, the World’s first Korean food robot kitchen! After two years of hard work, they have developed a robot named Bobby that can boil stew and is now operating Botbob. The stew robot, Bobby, can cook up to 6 servings at a time, and it takes 3 minutes and 30 seconds in total. Watch a short video of this below: Thanks for reading this post. You can access more categorized news on Robotics and Mechatronics at the link below: https://www.mecharithm.com/category/robotics-mechatronics-news/ If you enjoyed this post, please consider contributing to help us with our mission to make robotics…
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A Humanoid Service Robot (Moxi) to Help Medical Staff

A Humanoid Service Robot (Moxi) to Help Medical Staff

Diligent Robotics developed a humanoid robot, Moxi, to help the clinical staff speed up routine tasks. For example, Cedars-Sinai has deployed two of these robots in their medical center. Image credit: Cedars Sinai and Diligent Robotics Key features of the robot: the end-effector at the end of the robotic arm is designed for easy manipulation of doors and elevatorsFeaturing Artificial Intelligence (AI) that helps the #robot to learn tasks in a new hospital quicklyin terms of human-robot interaction, it has a welcoming and friendly face that is readily accepted by doctors and nursesembedded computing and cloud-based softwarehuman-guided learning: the more…
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Guardian® S from Sarcos Robotics for Inspection and Surveillance

Guardian® S from Sarcos Robotics for Inspection and Surveillance

Guardian® S is another awesome robot from Sarcos Technology and Robotics Corporation, designed for inspection and surveillance purposes. Image credit: Sarcos Technology and Robotics Corporation This robot can reliably go through uneven terrain and reach places dangerous for humans to get and can perform visual and sensor-based inspections remotely. From Boiler inspection to Mud Drum inspection and literally, any dangerous place that humans cannot go can be inspected using this robot. Key features: portable: only weighs 17 lbstwo-way, real-time video, voice, and data communicationIoT sensor platformup to 3 miles of battery capacitydustproof and water protectedImportant sensors include:GPSInertial Measurement Unit (IMU)Six…
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