On Monday, Xiaomi displayed the quadrupedal robot CyberDog, which is powered by Nvidia's Jetson Xavier AI platform, which includes 11 high-precision sensors to sense and interact with its surroundings. The CyberDog recognizes wake-up commands and can be controlled using the included remote or a connected smartphone app.
The four-legged robot CyberDog, which is the first smartphone brand to enter the Indian market for eight years, was on Monday displayed in some Indian cities. The processor is powered by the Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX AI Supercomputer for Embedded Edge Systems, which also has 128GB of SSD storage. This AI supercomputer includes 384 Cuda cores, 48 Tensor cores, a 6 Carmel Arm CPU, and two deep learning acceleration engines.
The CyberDog is said to be flexible and can handle difficult terrain with ease. It has 11 sensors, including cameras, GPS modules, and an ultrasonic sensor to process data. Additional cameras include an Intel RealSense D450 depth module for object tracking and creating a navigation map by eliminating obstacles.
The CyberDog is claimed to recognize wake words and instructions and supports voice commands. Users can connect the robot to three USB Type-C ports and an HDMI port, and users may pair the search light, panorama camera, and LiDAR with the CyberDog.
The CyberDog was first unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2022, held in February in Barcelona. The company will display the robot at Mi Homes across Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, and Ahmedabad in the coming days.
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