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DEEP Robotics is developing a massive robot for use at home


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DEEP Robotics is developing a massive robot for use at home

DEEP Robotics' product manager, Peter Dend, highlighted the significant market for its X30 robot, which will be used for domestic and commercial purposes.

A DEEP Robotics representative presented a range of robot models used for real-time tasks, including the Robot-Group-Control Dance Show at the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games, in IE's first webinar of 2024. The film emphasized its collaboration with Zhejiang Lab, which brought bipedal and quadruped robots together to perform the Asian Games Village theme song, "Love Together," using coordinated group control technology. 

DEEP Robotics' product manager, Peter Dend, emphasized the company's advancements by noting that there is already a significant market for the company's gigantic robot, the X30, which will eventually be used for domestic as well as commercial ones.

He pointed out that this would be much less expensive in comparison. According to him, there is a great need for this enormous robot; therefore, both the robot and the entire solution will be quite inexpensive. 

Regarding the answer, he stated that it depends on the kind of payload the client needs. For example, he did not clarify if the arm is required because that portion of the bot's body is already rather costly.

The goal of Deep Robotics, which was founded in 2017 in Hangzhou, China, is to create robots that can climb stairs on their own. According to a company official, these robots can be utilized for academic study, public security, emergency rescue, and power inspection.


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