Xiaomi recently unveiled the CyberDog four-legged robot, which has a similar function to the Boston Dynamics spot robot. Now, the first official video of Xiaomi robot has been released, which shows it.
A new video released by Xiaomi takes a look at how the robot works. In this video, a four-legged robot is seen assembling and starting to walk after standing. In this video, Xiaomi even mentions its durability and endurance, and tests the robot’s agility and mobility in heavy rain. The overall performance of the robot in this video is very impressive and it seems that he can even turn his back upside down in an emergency.
Xiaomi’s “cyberdog” robot uses Nvidia’s Jetson Xavier NX processor, which is known as the smallest artificial intelligence supercomputer in the world. The robot also has a processor with approximately 128 GB of industrial SSD memory. The robot uses a number of sensors to understand its surroundings, including touch, ultrasonic and GPS sensors, and can communicate with the world around it with its cameras and microphones. The cyberdag robot can also be controlled via phone.
The Xiaomi Cyberdog is reportedly priced at around $ 1,540, and as part of the company’s smart products, it can use its XiaoAI system to control other smart appliances such as TVs, air conditioners and air purifiers. Overall, Xiaomi robot is a very impressive product.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The company, in a press release, focused on the open source nature of the cyberdag, saying that the robot, with its pet-like nature, was able to respond to voice commands and follow its owner. The Chinese tech giant is currently offering only 1,000 cyberdog bots to Xiaomi fans, engineers and robot enthusiasts to test and test the various capabilities of the cyberdog.