The Robotic Hawk, named after its hawk-like features (sleek head and claw-like arms), has the ability to learn, well, whatever you decide to teach it.
The Robotic Hawk sits on a wheel base for standard movement, and the arms operate on six-degrees of freedom allowing the Hawk to perform a multitude of tasks (whatever you’d like to teach it).
Rocking an animated head strapped with dual cameras, an indoor GPS system and various sensors, the Robotic Hawk can identify the layout of the house including obstacles.
The Robotic Hawk was created by a Canadian based robotics company, Dr. Robot, who stated the goal of the Hawk is a “cost-effective, high performance robots for industrial, commercial and academic end-users alike.”
Watch as this talented piece of metal entertains his fans with a short drum solo.
Robotic Hawk by Dr. Robot Learns On Demand
1. Robotic Learning - The trend of robotic systems that have the ability to learn and adapt to new tasks and environments.
2. Obstacle Identification - The trend of robots equipped with advanced sensors and cameras to identify obstacles and navigate through complex environments.
3. Cost-effective Robots - The trend of developing affordable and high-performance robots for industrial, commercial, and academic applications.
1. Robotics - The robotics industry can leverage the trend of robotic learning to develop advanced robots that can be used in various sectors such as manufacturing, healthcare, and agriculture.
2. Home Automation - The home automation industry can benefit from the trend of obstacle identification by integrating robots that can navigate through homes and perform tasks efficiently.
3. Education - The education industry can explore the trend of cost-effective robots to create interactive and engaging learning experiences for students, enabling them to learn programming and robotics skills.