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$30K | 5 yrs ago

About Aido

InGen Dynamics is the developer of Aido, an interactive personal home robot and extendable service and domestic robotic technology platform that can be used in households, retail spaces, and senior homes for various utility purposes.

Aido Headquarter Location

2225 East Bayshore Road #100

Palo Alto, California, 94303,

United States

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This collection includes startups developing autonomous ground robots, unmanned aerial vehicles, robotic arms, and underwater drones, among other robotic systems. This collection also includes companies developing operating systems and vision modules for robots.

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Top 10 Existing Robots with Sixth Sense Capabilities in 2022

Apr 10, 2022

These top 10 robots can sense their surroundings. Read to know more. How amazing will it be if your robots can grasp senses from the surrounding without you having to say anything? Well, this is no more a fictional idea as several robots have been made which are programmed to study their surroundings and capture important information. Here are the top 10 existing robots that have sixth sense capabilities in 2022. Miko 3 This adorable little robot can hear, speak and relate to your child using a variety of speakers, algorithms, and cues from your child. Miko 3 is also programmed to help them learn, providing knowledge and skills that are right for their age and that you can control. It speaks multiple languages and can even teach your kiddo a new one. As more research finds that robots can get kids excited about reading, devices like this one will become increasingly popular. Wigl Rarely do we see the combination of music education with STEM training. Wigl was created to inspire kids at a young age to get into robotics and engineering. The little bug-looking robot dances based on the musical notes it hears. Your kids will learn the connection between their actions and that of robots when they can make it “wigl” as they play a song or sing to it. Cue For those who are ready for the next challenge in coding, there’s Cue. The app houses demos, tutorials, and challenges so that your young engineer can learn at their own pace and follow their own interests. Aibo Everyone tries to create a robot dog, but aibo seems like one that offers the most fun. With artificial intelligence, he can learn his environment and habits to fit in with your home and family. You can feed him with the app – shake your phone to bring him running at the sound of treats – send him on “Puppy Patrol” to find someone on your People of Interest registry and have him do tricks. As Sony, the maker of aibo, says, his “happiness is spending quality time with you.”   Vayyar Home Falls are a concern for many, but this robot can help remove some of the worries. Vayyar Home uses radiofrequency to tell if someone in the room has fallen. Then, even if they’re unconscious, the device will contact a caregiver. It works anywhere in the home but is especially popular in bathrooms because the falls happen so often in that space and also because Vayyar Home does not use cameras. There are also no wearables or buttons that need to be pressed to send an alert. In addition to fall detection, Vayyar Home provides data on night-time wandering, the number of visits to the bathroom, and time spent resting so you can track changes in your loved one’s health and behavior. ElliQ Here’s another robot geared toward helping people age at home safely. ElliQ is part of a care program that keeps older homeowners engaged and mentally sharp through conversation. Described as “a dedicated sidekick,” it also has features related to physical exercise, stress management, and more. Aido No, it’s not a robot dog. This robot combines entertainment, convenience, and companionship into one humanoid robot. There’s an interactive projector so you can show movies and play games on a wall. It can also read stories to your kids, help with chores and act as a personal assistant. Connect it to other smart devices and you can ask Aido to do things like adjust the thermostat, see who’s at the door or play music. There’s speech and facial recognition and more AI integration you’ll love to explore when Aido becomes available. PR2 The assistive robot is still in the research and development stages, but if it becomes viable, not to mention affordable, the benefits are priceless. The goal is to give individuals with disabilities more independence. In trial studies, it has worked with those who are paralyzed to help them complete tasks as common as scratching an itch. If this robot succeeds in assisting in other ways – eating, dressing, cleaning – countless people will be able to live more “normal” lives. SpotMini This robotic dog is a spinoff of Boston Dynamics’ original Spot. While Spot is better suited for construction and public safety uses – in 2021 Hyundai started using it to monitor safety in some of its factories – they anticipate SpotMini to be of greater use in homes. It already has figured out how to help with dishes and opening doors. What sets SpotMini apart from other household chore robots is that it operates on four legs rather than wheels. That opens possibilities for assisting on uneven ground and stairways. Cleansebot The things we touch and use every day are the same things we should be cleaning most often if we want to keep our homes and families healthy. Sometimes those high-touch items are also the toughest to clean. Enter Cleansebot. This compact robot claims to use UV-C light technology to sanitize 40 different materials, including fabric. This might be the perfect solution for giving couches, curtains, and bedding, especially when traveling and staying in hotels, a good cleaning.

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