Care-O-bot 4 is a mobile service robot designed to help people. It can work in museums or grocery stores to answer questions, or fetch objects as your home robotic butler.
- Germany 🇩🇪
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The first Care-O-bot 4 to be employed in retail is named "Paul."
Touchscreen head. Microphone for speech recognition. Cameras for facial and gesture recognition. Spherical joints around pivot points on hips. One-finger hand with integrated sensors. Modular.
- 72 cm
- 148 cm
- 72 cm
- 140 kg
- 4.3 km/h
Mobile base: three safety laser scanners with safety programmable logic controller (PLC). Torso: three 2.5D sensors. Sensor ring with custom sensing configuration including SICK Visionary-T and Intel RealSense.
Mobile base: six Wittenstein motors. Arms: Schunk PowerBalls (PRL100, ERB145, ERB115). Spherical joint: two Maxon motors.
- Degrees of Freedom (DoF)
- 23 (Base: 2 DoF; Arm: 7 DoF x 2; Gripper: 2 DoF x 2; Torso Spherical Joint: 2 DoF; Sensor ring: 1 DoF)
Steel, aluminium, copper, 3D-printed parts, silicone mold covers, PMMA, glass.
Intel i7 NUC PCs
Ubuntu Linux OS, Python control application, Robot Operating System (ROS)
40-Ah lithium-ion battery pack, 5 hours of autonomous operation
- $66,000 to $232,000 (depending on configuration)