Boston Dynamics has robots that can carry things, roll somersault and run. Today, Boston Dynamics made an important statement and announced that it would start to sell the robots it produced.
Boston Dynamics announced it would start selling its robots, but did not share details. In short, no information was shared about exactly when the robots would go on sale and what their prices would be. However, according to the information released in 2019 robots are expected to be sold.
Boston Dynamics’s first four-legged and dog-like robot SpotMini. They will start selling. To remind you, Boston Dynamics CEO Marc Raibert, who made a statement last April, announced that they plan to build 100 robots throughout the year and that they will start production in May.
In its statements to The Verge, Raibert stated that they were planning to put the SpotMini model into mass production and then put it on sale and they decided to give up this decision. Because they reached the required resource when SoftBank bought it in 2017.
There have been reports that they will launch its robots for sale. But we’ve never seen robots on sale. This time, the Boston Dynamics robots can actually sell. Another news confirming this is that the company acquired a logistics company called Kinema Systems to automate its warehouses. We will continue to provide you with information about SpotMini and other their robots.
Boston Dynamics, which brought Kinect-style 3-D tracking to the robot in the last update. It has now added the ability to open the doors to SpotMini. As you can see from the video below, SpotMini realizes that his friend doesn’t have the relevant equipment and can open the closed doors wide open for his friends. While watching this footage, we involuntarily remember the Metalhead episode of the last season of the Black Mirror and look forward to any further developments.