Xiaomi introduces a four-legged robot that runs on the Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX module. According to the company, the robot can do backflips and carry 3 kilograms of weight. Xiaomi will sell a thousand copies for 1,600 euros each.
NS Cyberdog Equipped with servo motors designed by Xiaomi itself. The robot operates at a maximum speed of 3.2 meters per second, or 11.5 kilometers per hour. According to Xiaomi, CyberDog is smart and powerful enough to do a back flip.
Onboard the machine is Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX-Module. It has a Volta GPU with 384 CUDA cores, 48 Tensor cores and six Nvidia Caramel CPU cores, which are based on the ARMv8.2 architecture. Furthermore, the robot dog has eleven sensors that provide feedback on the device’s movements.
CyberDog is also equipped with an Intel RealSense D450 module for depth perception. Xiaomi, in its own words, combines that with the camera technology of its smartphones. Furthermore, the robot dog has three USB-C ports and an HDMI connection, which developers can use to connect extensions. Xiaomi mentions the panoramic camera, camcorder, or lidar as an example.
Xiaomi has never made such a robot before. The company says CyberDog is open source and intended for developers. The Chinese manufacturer will sell 1,000 copies for 10,000 yuan each. Transferred with VAT, about 1,600 euros. It is not yet known if more copies will follow.
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