Boston Dynamics, known for its robot dog models, is now stepping into the logistics sector with its bird robots.
Boston Dynamics, known for its robot dog models called Spot and Spot mini, has announced a new project.
According to the Independent, the company’s new target is bird-like robots, compiled by CEO Robert Playter from an interview with Disrupt 2020.
The company, which is in the process of developing a new version of the Handle robot, is working on a bird-like machine. Details of the project are expected to become clear in the coming weeks.
“We will also offer software that allows robots to work together,” Playter said, reiterating that the humanoid machine, called Atlas, will not enter the industry.
during the corona virus pandemic, there was an increase in companies looking for robots to support the human workforce, Playter announced that 260 units of the robot dog model were sold, which has a price of 75 thousand dollars.