Some of the most advanced robots – by terkrecoms

Despite taking people’s jobs robots have been proven to be essential in improving efficiency productivity and most importantly workers safety in this video we are going to look at the most advanced humanoid industrial and service robots that are changing the future with the help of artificial intelligence meet digit manufactured by agility robotics digit is envisioned to help take care of people in their homes assists with disaster response and deliver packages to front doors with its nimble limbs and a torso packed with sensors digit can navigate complex environments and carry out tasks such as package delivery digit is a direct descendant of Cassie Agility’s first robot in May 2000 19 Ford Motor Company and agility announced a partnership to develop a last mile logistics solution that combines Ford’s autonomous vehicle technology and Agility’s digit this is pepper manufactured by Softbank robotics pepper is the world’s first social humanoid robot that is able to recognize faces and basic human emotions pepper has been adopted by over 2000 companies around the world [Music] perfect in retail and finance industries pepper has numerous functionalities including increasing store traffic by attracting the attention of shoppers creating memorable in-store experiences stimulating purchase and retain customers pepper can also gather comprehensive data to enrich the customer base and generate shopper insights [Music] this is Atlas the world’s most dynamic humanoid robot built by Boston Dynamics a company that was previously owned by Google and now by Softbank thanks to its state-of-the-art hardware and algorithm that allows it to quickly understand instructions with its 28 hydraulic joints 4.9 feet of height and 176 pounds weight the robot can perform both impressive and terrifying acts including navigating uneven terrain jumping around a parkour course and doing somersaults [Music] all these activities demonstrate human level agility so the robot can be perfect for search and rescue operations and performing human tasks in environments where humans could not survive [Music] [Music] introducing spot a robot dog designed for industrial uses such as carrying goods through a warehouse and inspecting a remote site with an unfavorable environment for human operators it can run at 5.2 feet per second has 360-degree cameras and can operate in temperatures ranging from 4 to 113 degrees Fahrenheit with its API and flexible payload interface the robot can be easily customized for desired tasks spot is also manufactured by Boston Dynamics and is now being leased to eligible companies [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] meet HR p5p an advanced humanoid robot designed to operate autonomously and carry out heavy labor in hazardous conditions this robot was created by a ist Japan’s National Institute of Advanced industrial science and technology as a response to the country’s labor shortage due to its aging population and declining birthrate it is equipped with environmental sensors and object recognition full-body motion planning and control and task description and execution management HR p5p is based on more than 20 years of humanoid research at a ist in those 20 years the Institute has created four other robots which are the predecessor of HR P 5 P [Music] introducing Serena for the fourth generation of Serena humanoid robot series developed by the University of Tehran in Iran with a height of five point six feet and a weight of 154 pounds this robot is able to walk at a speed of 0.43 miles per hour [Music] Serena 4 has improved interaction with the environment it can track objects more accurately compared to its predecessors its new hands give it better dexterity with these enhancements the robot can manipulate a wide variety of objects including delicate ones as well as operating power tools [Music] [Music] introducing Aquanaut an advanced unmanned underwater transformer that can transform itself from a nimble long-distance submarine into a half humanoid robot capable of carrying out complex underwater manipulation tasks [Music] designed by houston mechatronics inc Aquanaut can inspect subsea oil and gas infrastructure operate valves and use tools operating completely untethered and without support ships Aquanaut can travel more than 124 miles in submarine mode as a max speed of seven knots and a maximum operational depth of 984 feet [Music] this is a stunt tronic robot an animatronic stunt devil designed to entertain the crowds at disney parks it combines advanced robotic technology with the exploration of untethered dynamic movement to precisely perform aerial flips twists and poses with its onboard sophisticated sensors it can make its own real-time decisions all while flying 60 feet in the air it knows when to tuck its knees to perform a somersault when to pull its arms to twist and even when to slow down its spin to make sure it makes a perfect landing [Music] [Music] this robot is called handle another robot from Boston Dynamics with its deep learning vision software this robot can autonomously identify and locate boxes unload trucks palette eyes and D palate Isis it can pick up to 360 boxes an hour it’s swinging tail helps it balance movements and counterbalance the weight of a heavy box the two wheels are used for fast and efficient flat surface movement while the legs are used to take it anywhere [Music] [Music] what do you think of these robots what areas do you think we need more robots or no robots at all please let us know in the comment section below please don’t forget to like and share this video with your friends thank you for watching.

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