Moving: It has 25 degrees of freedom and a humanoid shape that enable him to move and adapt to the world around him. His inertial unit enables him to maintain his balance and to know whether he is standing up or lying down.
Feeling: The numerous sensors in his head, hands, and feet, as well as his sonars, enable him to perceive his environment and get his bearings.
Hearing and speaking: With his 4 directional microphones and loudspeakers, It interacts with humans in a completely natural manner, by listening and speaking.
Seeing: It is equipped with two cameras that film his environment in high resolution, helping him to recognize shapes and objects.
Thinking: We can’t really talk about “Artificial Intelligence” with robots, but the robots are already able to reproduce human behavior.
As of today, more than 20,000 robots are used in multiple industry verticals making the most used humanoid robot worldwide. Its design, capabilities, and robustness make it an engaging and smart platform used in education, healthcare, and retail.