CyberOne

A white and black bipedal humanoid with a helmeted head poses in a balanced position. It is pictured as being in a desert environment.
How did I get here? Photo: Xiaomi Robotics Lab

CyberOne is a humanoid robot designed to be a general and capable platform for industrial applications and research. It can walk, sense and navigate around human environments, and perform tasks like object manipulation.

Creator

Xiaomi

Year
2022
Country
China 🇨🇳
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Features
A 360° spinning view of a white and black bipedal humanoid robot with a helmeted face.
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See a 360° view of CyberOne. Photos: Xiaomi Robotics Lab

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CyberOne is the first humanoid robot designed by Xiaomi.

An image from below of a humanoid robot holding a piece of coal with a red flower.
Would you like this coal and flower? Photo: Xiaomi Robotics Lab
Introducing CyberOne. Video: Xiaomi

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History

CyberOne was unveiled by Lei Jun, founder, chairman, and CEO of Chinese consumer electronics giant Xiaomi at a company event in Beijing in 2022.

The humanoid is the newest member of Xiaomi's Cyber series, joining quadruped robots CyberDog and CyberDog 2.

CyberOne is equipped with high power density actuators. According to the company, each upper limb actuators weighs only 500 grams with a rated output torque of up to 30 Nm. These custom motors allow the humanoid to walk and balance over rough terrain. The robot can also detect human faces, identify human emotions, and create 3D maps of its environment. Xiaomi Robotics Lab will continue researching and developing new capabilities for the robot.

Specs

Overview

Anthropomorphic design. High power density actuator allows dynamic walking. Safe human-robot interaction. Able to navigate human environments. Two speeds: 3.6 km/h walking; 7.2 km/h running.

Status

Ongoing

Year

2022

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Height
177 cm
Weight
52 kg
Speed
3.6 km/h
Sensors

Head with Intel RealSense D455 RGB-D camera. Torso with Microstrain 3DM-GX5 IMU. Arms and legs with rotary encoders and custom force/torque sensors.

Actuators

Each actuator consists of a frameless torque motor, harmonic gearbox, force/torque sensor, two absolute rotary encoders, and a controller.

Degrees of Freedom (DoF)
21 DoF (Neck: 1 DoF; Arm: 4 DoF x 2; Leg: 5 DoF x 2; Gripper: 1 DoF x 2)
Materials

Carbon fiber, aluminum, ABS, silicone.

Compute

Two main computer with Intel i7 Xeon quad-core processors and Nvidia Jetson Orin NX. Custom DSP-based controller on each joint.

Software

Ubuntu Linux OS, Python control application, ROS, Matlab Simulink.

Power

1.65-kWh lithium-ion battery pack, 2.5 hours of operation

Cost
Approximately US $70,000 to $80,000