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Boston Dynamics launches its “robot dog” for $ 74,500

June 17, 2020

In the past, the robot could only be bought by companies, now it is available to anyone who wants it.

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Boston Dynamics launches its “robot dog” for $ 74,500Boston Dynamics launches its “robot dog” for $ 74,500


Reality surpasses fiction. You could own your own for an amount of $ 74,000,500, which is more than one and a half million Mexican pesos Robot dog created by the American company, Boston Dynamics.

Equipment Spot Explorer It was released for sale in the U.S. on Tuesday, June 16, and is ready to use. The waiting time after receipt of payment of a thousand dollars is six to eight weeks with free shipping.

In addition to the robot, the kit contains batteries, a charger, a tablet for control and a bag for storage and transportation. For another $ 15,000, the Spot care, which consists of a one-year cover and repair insurance.

“Spot Explorer is designed for developers who want to explore the flexibility of robots to adapt to tasks ranging from industrial inspection to entertainment,” said Boston Dynamics on its website.

Spot, the robot dog, weighs 25 kilograms and has various capacities, which are shown in a video that the company uploaded to YouTube yesterday.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmTryFdp3WA

In this video you can see some of the actions that the machine can perform. These range from reaching a goal and dancing to detecting gas leaks and carrying heavy objects. The same functions that, according to the robotics company, make human work easier in various areas such as construction, health, mining, entertainment and research.

In addition, the engineering firm offered the opportunity to request quotes to adapt the robot dog’s skills to business and academic purposes.

In accordance with RT, Spot’s surveillance and surveillance system has already been tested in a park in Singapore where it reminded people to maintain social distance.

The Boston Dynamics robot dog is currently only available in the United States. However, it is expected to be available worldwide soon.