Robot – TC Mech Wars http://tcmechwars.com/ Tue, 17 May 2022 10:25:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tcmechwars.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/tc.png Robot – TC Mech Wars http://tcmechwars.com/ 32 32 Robot for Business Services Market 2022, Growth, Share Types and Key Players: LG Electronics, SoftBank Robotics, SIASUN https://tcmechwars.com/robot-for-business-services-market-2022-growth-share-types-and-key-players-lg-electronics-softbank-robotics-siasun/ Tue, 17 May 2022 09:18:00 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/robot-for-business-services-market-2022-growth-share-types-and-key-players-lg-electronics-softbank-robotics-siasun/ Robot for the commercial services market NEW YORK, NY, USA, May 17, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — This report examines the Robot for the commercial services market along with numerous industry aspects such as market size, market status, market trends and forecasts, the report also provides brief information about competitors and specific growth opportunities with key drivers […]]]>

Robot for the commercial services market

NEW YORK, NY, USA, May 17, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — This report examines the Robot for the commercial services market along with numerous industry aspects such as market size, market status, market trends and forecasts, the report also provides brief information about competitors and specific growth opportunities with key drivers in the market. Find the comprehensive analysis of the Robots for Business Services market segmented by companies, region, type and applications in the report.

The report offers valuable insights into the progress of the Sales Robot market and related approaches to the Sales Service Robot market with an analysis of each region. The report goes on to talk about the dominant aspects of the market and examine each segment.

Top Key Players: LG Electronics, SoftBank Robotics, SIASUN, Nilfisk, Stanley Robotics, Hitachi, Gaussian Robotics, Avidbots, Karcher, Qihan Technology Co, Ecovacs Robotics, Terminus, KEENON, Angel, iBEen Robot, Yunji Technology, OrionStar, Pudu Tech, Shenzhen Excelland Technology Co, Gaussian Robotics, Suzhou Pangolin Robot Co, YOGO ROBOT, CANBOT.

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Global Commercial Service Robot market segmented by Company, Region (Country), by Type and by Application. Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Business Service Robot market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource. The industry analysis focuses on revenue and forecast by region (country), by type and by application for the period 2022-2027.

Market Segment by Regions, regional analysis covers
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.)
Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Research objectives:
To study and analyze the global Business Services Robots market size by key regions/countries, product type and application, history data from 2013 to 2017, and forecast to 2026.
To understand the structure of Business Service Robot market by identifying its various subsegments.
Focuses on the key global Robot for Business Services players, to define, describe and analyze the value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans over the next few months. years.
To analyze the Robot for Business Service with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.
Share detailed information on key factors influencing market growth (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks).
To project the size of Robot for Commercial Service submarkets, with respect to key regions (along with their respective key countries).
Analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches and acquisitions in the market.
Establish a strategic profile of key players and analyze in depth their growth strategies.
Establish a strategic profile of key players and analyze in depth their growth strategies.

The report lists key players in the regions and their respective market shares based on global revenue. It also explains their strategic moves over the past few years, investments in product innovation and leadership changes to stay ahead of the competition. This will give the reader an edge over others as an informed decision can be made by looking at the holistic picture of the market.

Key questions answered by this report
What will be the market size in 2028 and what will be the growth rate?
What are the main market trends?
What is driving this market?
What are the challenges of market growth?
Who are the major vendors in this market space?
What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the major vendors?
What are the strengths and weaknesses of the main suppliers?

Table of Contents: Robot for the Business Services Market
• Part 1: Market overview of robots for commercial services
• Part 2: Commercial Service Cart Robot: Global Market Status and Forecast by Region
• Part 3: Global Market Status and Forecast by Types
• Part 4: Global Market Status and Forecast by Downstream Sector
• Part 5: Analysis of market drivers
• Part 6: State of Market Competition by Major Manufacturers
• Part 7: Major Manufacturers Overview and Market Data
• Part 8: Upstream and downstream market analysis
• Part 9: Cost and Gross Margin Analysis
• Part 10: Analysis of the state of marketing
• Part 11: Conclusion of the market report
• Part 12: Conversational AI in the Cloud: Research Methodology and Reference

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The robot chef has a sense of taste https://tcmechwars.com/the-robot-chef-has-a-sense-of-taste/ Sun, 15 May 2022 17:00:08 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/the-robot-chef-has-a-sense-of-taste/ In Alex Garland’s sci-fi masterpiece Ex Machina, Nathan Bateman (Oscar Isaac) secretly builds an advanced robot with artificial intelligence called Ava (Alicia Vikander). She is, in all the ways that matter, indistinguishable from a human being, save for a robotic body and a – perhaps justified – penchant for violence. Making machines that can perform […]]]>

In Alex Garland’s sci-fi masterpiece Ex Machina, Nathan Bateman (Oscar Isaac) secretly builds an advanced robot with artificial intelligence called Ava (Alicia Vikander). She is, in all the ways that matter, indistinguishable from a human being, save for a robotic body and a – perhaps justified – penchant for violence.

Making machines that can perform tasks and behave similarly to humans is the ultimate goal of robotics, but we have so far come up against the limits of our current technology when we ask robots to perform even relatively simple tasks. Our machines can perform well enough to perform highly repeatable or strictly defined tasks, such as exploring the ocean floor or, with the help of human operators, performing surgery. However, things we take for granted, especially those that require real-time feedback from the environment, remain a challenge.

Today, scientists at the University of Cambridge’s Department of Engineering’s Bio-Inspired Robotics Laboratory have taken a delightful step towards building better robots that can perform one of the most critical human tasks: preparing a better breakfast. The results of their work were published in the journal Frontiers in Robotics and AI.

Humans are only able to successfully navigate the world through our senses. Taking in environmental stimuli allows us to assess a situation and make adjustments in our behavior. While many robots have rudimentary senses, especially vision and hearing, there are parts of the world’s sensory experiences that have been lacking until now.

Recent experiments by another research team have engineered robotic arms with an impressive sense of touch, ticking another box on the sensory checklist, and this ongoing work adds flavor to the mix. The researchers trained their robotic chef to sample a dish prepared under different conditions to assess how our experience of a meal changes as we eat it.

Professional chefs — and parents hoping to squeeze in a few bites before the family grabs dinner — use a “taste-as-you-go” technique that lets them monitor the flavor profile of the foods they eat. cook in the act of production. Not only does this allow a cook to make flavor adjustments before a dish is finished, but it also provides information on how taste changes between taking a bite and swallowing.

Due to changes in texture and the introduction of saliva as we chew, our experience of food evolves as we eat it, and it’s this process that the team wanted their robot to understand. To that end, the researchers fed the robot nine versions of an egg and tomato dish at three different stages of chewing and asked it to produce flavor maps.

In the absence of chewing teeth, the researchers put the dishes in a blender to imitate the different stages of chewing. With no tongue for tasting, they fitted the robot with a conductance probe attached to its arm that acted as a salinity sensor. By poking the probe into the dishes in multiple places, she was able to gather data about the taste of the dish and build her flavor maps.

Using taste maps of foods in different combinations, with different textures, and at different levels of seasoning could allow robots to accurately produce tasty foods based on an individual consumer’s preferences, making it a complementary useful for commercial and home kitchens. In fact, a previous study by some of the same researchers had their robot making omelets, cookies, pancakes, and pizza. In the case of the omelettes, they used human feedback to adjust the robot’s technique and improve its capabilities.

The new built-in tasting capability removes the need for human intervention, at least when it comes to salt, and could eventually result in a fully automated robotic chef that mimics your personal tastes. If this happens, it may be important to remember to tip your metal waiter, a robot that cooks a decent breakfast is better than one that comes out of its cell and murders you on the way out.

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Maverick robot figure returns https://tcmechwars.com/maverick-robot-figure-returns/ Fri, 13 May 2022 16:52:00 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/maverick-robot-figure-returns/ In 2020, Hasbro released a Top Gun Maverick robot mashup in collaboration with Transformers to celebrate the original movie. This figure hasn’t been available for a while, but your second chance to grab one is coming soon. You see, a little movie called Top Gun: Maverick is currently flying high in theaters, and this presents […]]]>

In 2020, Hasbro released a Top Gun Maverick robot mashup in collaboration with Transformers to celebrate the original movie. This figure hasn’t been available for a while, but your second chance to grab one is coming soon. You see, a little movie called Top Gun: Maverick is currently flying high in theaters, and this presents a perfect opportunity to give this release another run.

Top Gun mashup Transformers Maverick figure stands 7-inches tall in robot form and rebuilds into a Northrop Grumman F-14 Tomcat jet from the original Top Gun movie in 25 steps. That said, accessories for this figure include a screen-inspired miniature motorbike, 4 flick flicks, and 2 alternate hands that can hold a small volleyball for Kenny Loggins’ shirtless builds. However, the figure isn’t just for the original Top Gun movie. The figure’s helmet design is based on the one worn by Tom Cruise in the upcoming Top Gun: Maverick sequel.

Pre-orders for the Transformers Generations Top Gun Mash-Up Maverick robot will be available from July 21 here at Walmart (exclusive – link will only be active at launch) for $44.99. If you don’t want to wait that long, you can find previously published numbers here on eBay. You can check out additional images of the figure in the gallery below.

Here’s what reviewer Spencer Perry says in his official Top Gun: Maverick review for Comicbook.com:

“The equivalent of the success of Top Gun: Maverick…is the awe-inspiring visual feast it provides. Directed by Joseph Kosinski and using IMAX quality cameras inside and outside the actual jets, the film has a level of visual fidelity and intensity that is second to none. you’ve never seen in a movie. Although the original film can be praised for creating its action scenes from footage given to production by the military, Top Gun: Maverick was actually able to coordinate and choreograph whatever it wanted in its footage, resulting in a more cohesive, interesting and unique stunt sequence that is thrilling from start to finish.

Top Gun: Maverick is a satisfying movie narratively, visually, and considering what the movie is actually about. The film is the rare sequel that surpasses the original in every way, delivering the ultimate theatrical experience that will convince audiences that they have just passed Mach 5 themselves.”

The synopsis reads as follows:

After more than thirty years of service as one of the Navy’s finest airmen, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is in his place, pushing the envelope as a brave test pilot and dodging advancement. of grade that would ground him. When he finds himself forming a detachment of Top Gun graduates for a specialized mission the likes of which no living pilot has ever seen, Maverick meets Lt. Bradley Bradshaw (Miles Teller), call sign: “Rooster”, the son of Maverick’s late friend and radar intercept officer, Lt. Nick Bradshaw, aka “Goose”. Facing an uncertain future and confronting the ghosts of his past, Maverick is drawn into a confrontation with his own deepest fears, culminating in a mission that demands the ultimate sacrifice of those chosen to pilot it.

Top Gun: Maverick is now playing in theaters.

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Robots are changing the way we think about the hospitality industry https://tcmechwars.com/robots-are-changing-the-way-we-think-about-the-hospitality-industry/ Wed, 11 May 2022 09:35:00 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/robots-are-changing-the-way-we-think-about-the-hospitality-industry/ Every year, technology becomes more and more part of our daily lives. Whether it’s ever-improving smartphones or self-driving cars. A company is striving to make technology — especially robots — a bigger part of the industry that Las Vegas relies on the most: hospitality. Currently, Adam can perform tasks such as creating the perfect cappuccino. […]]]>

Every year, technology becomes more and more part of our daily lives. Whether it’s ever-improving smartphones or self-driving cars. A company is striving to make technology — especially robots — a bigger part of the industry that Las Vegas relies on the most: hospitality. Currently, Adam can perform tasks such as creating the perfect cappuccino. Another Adam learns – or is programmed – to pour craft beer. The hope for the future, Richtech says, is that artificial smart cameras will transform Adam from repeating footage to adapting to his environment. Richtech, said. “Right now all of our orders are being processed on a tablet, but eventually customers will be able to speak with Adam and place the order there.” While Adam may have been one of the stars of the show at the recent Bar and Restaurant Expo in March, Richtech says it already has thousands of customers around the world using the services of other types of robots, such as Maitre D’ to deliver drinks and meals to tables, the UV Guardian, which is used to disinfect rooms, Richie, the hotel delivery robot in a tuxedo for room service, and Dust-E, which vacuums , washes and disinfects floors. his path. “Service and entertainment are really the driving factors why robotics will be adopted so quickly,” said Richtech executive KC McCreery. Watch the video above to learn more about this story.

Every year, technology becomes more and more part of our daily lives. Whether it’s ever-improving smartphones or self-driving cars.

A company is striving to make technology — especially robots — a bigger part of the industry that Las Vegas relies on the most: hospitality.

Meet Adam, an entertaining robotic bartender and bartender under development at Richtech Robotics in Las Vegas. Currently, Adam can perform tasks such as creating the perfect cappuccino.

Another Adam is learning – or being programmed – how to pour craft beer.

The hope for the future, says Richtech, is that artificial smart cameras will transform Adam from repeating footage to adapting to his environment.

“It would be able to detect faces so it could take commands by voice,” said Timothy Tanksley, deputy technical director at Richtech. “At the moment all of our orders are processed on a tablet, but eventually customers will be able to speak with Adam and place the order there.”

While Adam may have been one of the stars of the show at the recent Bar and Restaurant Expo in March, Richtech says he already has thousands of customers around the world using the services of other types of robots. , such as Maitre D’ to deliver drinks and meals. at the tables are the UV Guardian, which is used to sanitize rooms, Richie, the tuxedo-clad hotel delivery robot for room service, and Dust-E, which vacuums, washes and sanitizes floors .

Each robot uses technologies such as AI cameras and lidar to complete each task, and even to stop to avoid colliding with anything that might cross its path.

“Service and entertainment are really the driving factors why robotics will be adopted so quickly,” said Richtech executive KC McCreery.

Watch the video above to learn more about this story.

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Robot Offline Programming Software Market Quality and Quantity Analysis – Queen Anne and Mangolia News https://tcmechwars.com/robot-offline-programming-software-market-quality-and-quantity-analysis-queen-anne-and-mangolia-news/ Mon, 09 May 2022 17:24:10 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/robot-offline-programming-software-market-quality-and-quantity-analysis-queen-anne-and-mangolia-news/ Market reports has recently released a new study in its database which highlights the in-depth analysis of the market with the future prospects of Offline robot programming software market. The study covers important data that makes the research document a handy resource for managers, industry executives and other key people who get a ready-to-access, self-analyzed […]]]>

Market reports has recently released a new study in its database which highlights the in-depth analysis of the market with the future prospects of Offline robot programming software market. The study covers important data that makes the research document a handy resource for managers, industry executives and other key people who get a ready-to-access, self-analyzed study and charts and charts to help understand market trends, market drivers and challenges. Some of the key players mentioned in this research are RoboDK, Delfoi, OCTOPUZ, Robotmaster, Blumenbecker, Denso Robotics, FASTSUITE, Autodesk, KUKA, Viki System Limited, MVTec Vision Technology (Kunshan) Co., Ltd

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Pre-Post COVID-19 Impact on Global Robot Offline Programming Software Market

COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered novel corona virus. Largely unknown before the outbreak began in Wuhan, China in December 2019, COVID-19 escalated from a regional crisis to a global pandemic in just weeks.

In addition, production and supply chain delays were also seen in the second quarter, which posed a challenge to the offline robot programming software market as end-user industries were still not functioning. not to their full capacity.

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What are the market issues in Robot Offline Programming Software?

Changing regulatory landscapes, operational barriers, and the emergence of alternative technologies are all impacting the offline robot programming software industry.

– What are the different types of Offline Robot Programming Software market?

Based on Type, the Robot Offline Programming Software market is split into [Type]. In 2022, the segment held the largest share.

Who are the major key players in the Offline Robot Programming Software market?

RoboDK, Delfoi, OCTOPUZ, Robotmaster, Blumenbecker, Denso Robotics, FASTSUITE, Autodesk, KUKA, Viki System Limited, MVTec Vision Technology (Kunshan) Co., Ltd

Who are the major end users of the Offline Robot Programming Software Market?

The Offline Robot Programming Software market is segmented into [Application] other end users.

Which region is most profitable for Robot Offline Programming Software market?

Emerging economies in the Asia-Pacific region will be the lucrative markets for offline robot programming software products. .

What is the current size of the Robot Offline Programming Software market?

The current Global Robot Offline Programming Software market size is estimated at USD XX in 2022.

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North America is the region’s largest market for Robot Offline Programming Software.

North America includes countries like the United States, Canada, and Mexico. North America is the second largest consumer and producer of electricity after Asia-Pacific. The United States and Canada, which are among the largest consumers in this region and the world, account for the largest share of Robot Offline Programming Software market.

Secondary research:

This research study made extensive use of secondary sources, directories, and databases such as Hoover’s, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Factiva, and OneSource to identify and collect information helpful for technical, market-oriented, and business study of the global Portable Generators market . Other secondary sources included company annual reports, press releases and investor presentations, white papers, certified publications, articles from recognized authors, manufacturers’ associations, trade directories and databases. of data.

Primary research:

Various sources from the supply and demand side were queried during the primary research process to obtain qualitative and quantitative insights for this report. Key sources included industry experts from core and related industries, as well as preferred suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, technology developers, researchers, and organizations from all segments of this industry’s value chain. . To obtain and verify critical qualitative and quantitative information, in-depth interviews were conducted with various key informants, including key industry participants, subject matter experts, C-level executives from key market players, and industry consultants. sector.

Market size estimation

The total size of the Offline Programming Software for Robots market has been estimated and validated using top-down and bottom-up approaches. These methods have also been widely used to estimate the size of various market sub-segments. The following research methodologies have been used to estimate the market size:

Extensive secondary research has been used to identify key industry players.

The revenue generated by the major players in the molecular diagnostics market has been determined by primary and secondary research.

All shares, breakdowns and percentage breakdowns have been calculated using secondary sources and confirmed using primary sources.

TABLE OF CONTENTS of Robot Offline Programming Software Market Report

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 objectives of the study
1.2 definition
1.3 inclusions and exclusions

1.4 market scope
1.5 years considered
1.6 currency
1.7 limits
1.8 stakeholders
1.9 summary of changes

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
2.1 research data

2.2 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation
2.3 scope
2.4 impact of covid-19 on the industry
2.5 market size estimation

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

4 PREMIUM OUTLOOK

4.1 Exciting Opportunities in Offline Robot Programming Software Market
4.2 Offline Robot Programming Software Market, by Region
4.3 North America Offline Robot Programming Software Market by End User and Country
4.4 Offline Robot Programming Software Market, by Application
4.5 Offline Robot Programming Software Market, by End User

5 MARKET OVERVIEW
5.1 presentation
5.2 covid-19 health check
5.3 path to recovery

5.4 covid-19 economic evaluation
5.5 market dynamics

5.6 trends
5.7 market map
5.8 Average Price of Offline Robot Programming Software
5.9 trade statistics
5.8 value chain analysis
5.9 technological analysis
5.10 pricing and regulatory landscape

5.11 Offline Robot Programming Software: Patent Analysis
5.14 analysis of the carrier’s five forces

6 OFFLINE PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE FOR ROBOTS MARKET, BY APPLICATION

6.1 Presentation
6.2 Emergency
6.3 First/Continuous

7 OFFLINE PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE FOR ROBOT MARKET, BY END-USER
7.1 Presentation
7.2 Residential
7.3 Commercial
7.4 Industrial

8 GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

8.1 Presentation
8.2 North America
8.3 Asia-Pacific
8.4 Europe
8.5 Middle East and Africa
8.6 South America

9 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
9.1 Strategies of key players
9.2 Top Five Players Market Share Analysis
9.3 Market assessment framework
9.4 Top Five Market Players Revenue Analysis
9.5 Business Rating Quadrant
9.6 Mapping Startup Competitive Leadership
9.7 Competitive Scenario

10 COMPANY PROFILES
10.1 Key Players
10.2 Startup/SME actors

11 APPENDIX
11.1 Views of industry experts
11.2 Discussion Guide
11.3 Knowledge Store
11.4 Customizations available
11.5 Associated reports
11.6 Author Details

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London Drugs is testing a robot for curbside deliveries https://tcmechwars.com/london-drugs-is-testing-a-robot-for-curbside-deliveries/ Sun, 08 May 2022 02:00:00 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/london-drugs-is-testing-a-robot-for-curbside-deliveries/ A Richmond-based company introduces the Roll-E robot to customers at the curb. Customers at the curbside collection at the Harris Green Village London Drugs store in Victoria have been receiving their orders from a blue rectangular robot since last month. “Customers think it’s pretty cool. This idea of ​​having robots bringing goods to you in […]]]>

A Richmond-based company introduces the Roll-E robot to customers at the curb.

Customers at the curbside collection at the Harris Green Village London Drugs store in Victoria have been receiving their orders from a blue rectangular robot since last month.

“Customers think it’s pretty cool. This idea of ​​having robots bringing goods to you in a secure way at the front of the store is pretty cool,” said Nick Curalli, vice president of technology solutions at London Drugs, headquartered in Richmond.

Apart from the novelty, customers also liked the fact that they don’t have to wait for staff to be available, Curalli added.

The Roll-E robot project is a partnership between London Drugs and InDro Robotics. The two companies have previously collaborated with Canada Post to test the effectiveness of delivering prescription drugs to remote locations with drones.

Currently, the robot is remotely controlled by an operator from InDro Robotics, the company that designed the robot. But that task could eventually fall to London Drugs employees.

“That’s one of the things that was evaluated… If we have multiple robots in multiple locations, or multiple robots in one location, what’s the best way to operate those robots?” explains Curalli.

Before deciding to test this in Richmond and other locations, Roll-E will need to work in Victoria a bit longer.

“Four weeks may seem like a long time, but in the life of a pilot [project] like that, it’s relatively short,” Curalli said.

Roll-E will have to work in Victoria a little longer.

“Above all, safety is paramount for our staff and for our customers. So we want to make sure that this robot can be operational in a store without hampering anyone’s safety,” Curalli said.

Apart from security, London Drugs also wants to see if the robot is able to serve customers efficiently and if it is profitable for the company.

If all goes well, Roll-E could be coming to Richmond in the near future.

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Portland National Guard gets new ‘Robot Dog’ to help patrol base https://tcmechwars.com/portland-national-guard-gets-new-robot-dog-to-help-patrol-base/ Fri, 06 May 2022 00:52:00 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/portland-national-guard-gets-new-robot-dog-to-help-patrol-base/ PORTLAND Ore. (KPTV) – In December 2021, the Portland Air National Guard’s 142nd Security Forces Squadron received a new ‘robot dog’ that will perform video surveillance and issue warnings without endangering humans. The ‘Robot Dog’ is a quadruple unmanned ground vehicle, or Q-UGV, named Rover Shock. Technical Sargent, Jamie Cuniff says it will help save […]]]>

PORTLAND Ore. (KPTV) – In December 2021, the Portland Air National Guard’s 142nd Security Forces Squadron received a new ‘robot dog’ that will perform video surveillance and issue warnings without endangering humans. The ‘Robot Dog’ is a quadruple unmanned ground vehicle, or Q-UGV, named Rover Shock.

Technical Sargent, Jamie Cuniff says it will help save lives and is excited about what it will bring for the future.

“When I think about the potential we have with this capability, I’m excited about it. If you have a scenario where something is far away, you have an aircraft that doesn’t have the capability to fly and they’re on an airfield in a small town and you have to send people, you can send a dog with them, they can program a route, have the dog walk that route,” says Technical Sargent, Jamie Cuniff.

For now, Rover will roam specific perimeters or areas to provide real-time feedback and help practice responding to threats and incidents. Rover also has thermal capability to identify targets. Cuniff also says it can be used in dangerous situations instead of endangering humans and can help replace 4-5 human bodies.

“You look constantly, you look at the same thing for hours because of this fatigue factor that comes into play. My eyes get tired, some people will look around and see something shiny and they don’t look here, it’s is just very dedicated,” says Cuniff. “You can use it in potential chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear environments of Sieben to send it when you don’t want humans there. Send to buildings if you have a potential threat inside a building to get real-time surveillance video feedback, optionally get a layout of the building Find out where the person or people are.

Rover weighs 100 pounds. and can withstand any kind of weather, but he has his limits but is excited about his future capabilities.

“Object detection with the way I robotize a setup isn’t optimal. So if a truck is parked in the way and I’ll try to drive around it, but not in the most nimble way,” says Cuniff “We will have the ability to engage a person through the dog using a speaker microphone. Whoever is watching them will be able to talk to that person and do an interview in the field without actually being on the If they determine it’s a threat at the same time they send a mobile unit, interact directly with that person.

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Check out Roborock’s robotic vacuum mop deals for Mother’s Day https://tcmechwars.com/check-out-roborocks-robotic-vacuum-mop-deals-for-mothers-day/ Tue, 03 May 2022 21:53:00 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/check-out-roborocks-robotic-vacuum-mop-deals-for-mothers-day/ With nearly a decade of experience leading the robot vacuum industry under its belt, Roborock’s models are one of the best choices when thinking of a Mother’s Day gift. The new S7 MaxV Ultra model has just been launched by the company and along with this awesome product, people can also enjoy more Mother’s Day […]]]>

With nearly a decade of experience leading the robot vacuum industry under its belt, Roborock’s models are one of the best choices when thinking of a Mother’s Day gift.

The new S7 MaxV Ultra model has just been launched by the company and along with this awesome product, people can also enjoy more Mother’s Day sale promotions offered by Roborock. Check them out below.

Roborock S7 robot vacuum mop

Roborock now has the S7 robot vacuum mop with 2500 pa suction power on sale for $479, saving you $170 off the regular price of $649. With up to 180 minutes of continuous cleaning on a single charge, it helps you clean the house with ease.

The Roborock S7 model offers ultrasonic carpet recognition that accurately identifies carpets using this technology. When a carpet is recognized, the robot vacuum cleaner increases the suction efficiency for deep carpet cleaning. You can also choose to raise the mop to vacuum low rugs or use no-mop areas to keep it from cleaning mids and highs. Check out this Mother’s Day offer here.

The Roborock S6 Pure robot vacuum mop offers Siri integration and a customizable cleaning experience

the Pure Roborock S6 The robot vacuum and mop is also another solid option for a Mother’s Day gift. Regular $599, you can get it for $280 off for one limited time at $319. Designed to offer users a fully customizable cleaning solution, the S6 Pure cleans and sweeps at your command via the companion iOS app or simply by shouting to Siri.

Much like an iPhone Pro, this robot has a wide array of smart sensors and a LiDAR navigation system which is used to deliver a smarter cleaning system than your average robot vacuum on Amazon.

The Roborock S6 Pure’s 2000pa suction power with Auto Carpet Boost technology “easily lifts dust from floors” and will automatically adjust to full power for thicker carpets. You can find this offer for Mother’s Day here.

Roborock E4 Pure is the economical option for those who want a robot vacuum mop

the Roborock E4 robot vacuum mop is an option more than an option that reaches way above its pay grade with Z-shaped neat cleaning, self-returning charging, app support and voice control (via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant gear), and a large capacity 5,200mAh battery that provides enough power to clean up to 2,152 square feet of space. Regular $299, you get it for $140 off at $159.

Not only that, but it offers four different cleaning options. Roborock also grants 12 months of 24-hour customer service for each of its products. So if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. You can find the Roborock E4 Pure here.

Roborock S7 MaxV delivers the ultimate robot vacuum experience yet

The recently released Roborock S7 MaxV is also available. It features new AI obstacle avoidance, Siri Shortcuts support, and more. It comes with super strong 5100pa suction power and sonic cleaning to handle the toughest dirt.

ReactiveAI 2.0 powers the S7 MaxV’s ability to see objects quickly and accurately, day or night. The latest technology combines an RGB camera and 3D structured light scanning with an all-new neural processor.

Not only does the new system allow the S7 MaxV to quickly see and avoid obstacles such as furniture and shoes, but it can even identify your different floor coverings to use the optimal suction power and intensity of friction. .

An interesting detail is the Roborock app which offers the possibility of making live video calls to see what your vacuum cleaner sees and talk to pets or family with the integrated microphone. You can get this robot vacuum during the Mother’s Day sales here.

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A review of Klara and the Sun https://tcmechwars.com/a-review-of-klara-and-the-sun/ Mon, 02 May 2022 05:21:46 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/a-review-of-klara-and-the-sun/ While walking through a college campus recently, I noticed several small white plastic boxes on wheels. They scurried along the sidewalks, crossing the streets when the traffic cleared, obviously heading somewhere. They were take-out robots, summoned by students on their smartphones to bring tacos or pizza or tandoori chicken to residence halls. One of them […]]]>

While walking through a college campus recently, I noticed several small white plastic boxes on wheels. They scurried along the sidewalks, crossing the streets when the traffic cleared, obviously heading somewhere. They were take-out robots, summoned by students on their smartphones to bring tacos or pizza or tandoori chicken to residence halls. One of them approached me, flashed his headlights and waited for me to pass. He refused to tell me where he was going.

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Are you afraid of being replaced by a robot? Being a physicist • The Register https://tcmechwars.com/are-you-afraid-of-being-replaced-by-a-robot-being-a-physicist-the-register/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://tcmechwars.com/are-you-afraid-of-being-replaced-by-a-robot-being-a-physicist-the-register/ An online index of nearly a thousand jobs can be helpful in educating people about the risk of automation facing their job field. Below the list – meaning they are most likely to be replaced – are meat packers and slaughterhouse workers, while the least likely to have their work automated are physicists. In general, […]]]>

An online index of nearly a thousand jobs can be helpful in educating people about the risk of automation facing their job field.

Below the list – meaning they are most likely to be replaced – are meat packers and slaughterhouse workers, while the least likely to have their work automated are physicists. In general, those in the food services, grounds and maintenance, and construction industries are most at risk. Those in education, social services and management are less so – but not entirely so.

Scientists from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and the University of Lausanne in Switzerland collaborated to establish the index by considering the potential social impacts of automation. While their list targets individuals, the team said there are other uses for the methodology it developed to create the automation risk scores featured in the index and map people’s career transitions. displaced workers.

In particular, an article the team wrote about their work argues that “Governments could use [underlying methodology] to assess the unemployment risk of their populations and adjust educational policies”, and “robotics companies could use it as a tool to better understand market needs”.

Researchers have compiled a list of jobs from the Professional Information Network – a public data set of 967 jobs and their relevant knowledge, required skills and necessary abilities. The knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA) for each job were compared to the likelihood that an AI or robot could do them, with specific robotic tasks defined by SPARCMulti-year robotics roadmap.

To add to the analysis process, the likelihood of an AI or robot taking said job was assessed using the UE technology readiness levels [PDF]who assess how close new technologies are to realization.


Automation Risks

The researchers didn’t just want to know who was at risk, they also wanted to create a method of comparing jobs to suggest more resilient careers for people at risk of losing their jobs to automation.

To understand this, a two-part formula was created with two outputs: an automation risk index (ARI) and the resilience index (IR).

For the first, human KSAs are compared to relevant robot and AI capabilities to yield a number between 0.43 (low) and 0.78 (high) automation risk.

Take journalists and correspondents, for example: our ARI is 0.58, just under half the scale. Computer programmers are a little higher at 0.59, while network and system administrators are just a little lower at 0.57.

People in the high-risk category include all of the food preparation and service industries combined – which have an ARI of 0.72 – those working in the mining industry (0.69) and jobs” aid” in the construction and service industries.

The lowest scores are found among post-secondary education (low 0.5), doctors and other medical careers, and the legal profession.


Retraining Rewards

The RI part of the equation generates a number — the lower the better — that indicates “employment transitions with better trade-offs between automation risk and retraining effort,” the paper explains. Jobs with relevant skills, at least according to how the team built their model, are sorted by ARI score and the amount of effort required to learn the relevant KSAs.

The online tool includes three career alternatives for each of the 967 occupations studied by the researchers. According to the tool, journalists and correspondents should consider becoming post-secondary law professors, physicists or mathematicians.

It’s exactly the same advice he gives to actors, poets, lyricists and creative writers, and almost the same advice he gives to musicians (just trade a law professor for a statistician). These professions may at first glance seem unlikely to be replaced by robots in the near future. Nevertheless, it is good to know that musicians can fall back on statistics if necessary. Dylan, for example, could draw a graph showing exactly how many roads a man should take. ®

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