autonomous robot


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autonomous robot

[ȯ¦tän·ə·məs ′rō‚bät]
(engineering)
A robot that not only can maintain its own stability as it moves, but also can plan its movements.
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Autonomously driving cars are probably the closest kind of autonomous robot with widespread impending deployment, given that prototypes of autonomous cars from various automakers are being tested on our roads already.
Standing at 170cms tall and weighing 100 kilogrammes, the autonomous robot will be positioned throughout the city's malls and streets and will cater to both residents and tourists.
The effective operation of autonomous robot will be enabled by communication infastructure setup by Beeper.
The TUG is a self-driving autonomous robot capable of hauling up to 1,400 lbs.
For an autonomous robot, gauging objects' softness or hardness is essential to deciding not only where and how hard to grasp them but how they will behave when moved, stacked, or laid on different surfaces.
Packed into a compact frame, the autonomous robot police officer is equipped with a whole range of start-of-the-art law enforcement technologies.
While the robotic policeman deployed by the Dubai Police may not look as intimidating as Alex Murphy from the RoboCop franchise, the autonomous robot is still 170cm tall and weighs 100kg.
Cleaning up old nuclear waste sites around the country is a long, expensive and dangerous process - and autonomous robot research at the University of Nevada, Reno promises to help that process with a combination of advanced, intelligent, autonomous aerial and ground robots with a new level of perception, navigation and planning abilities.
HOSPI is an autonomous robot that does not require any tracks or operator to accomplish its goals.
The 5G enabled autonomous robot market is expected to reach $14.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A robot named STAR, or Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot, has just performed the first soft tissue, autonomous surgery in the world.
They show, for the first time, how a supervised, autonomous robot can perform surgery on soft tissue in live pigs more effectively than a surgeon's hands, or even a surgeon assisted by a robot.
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