Friday, October 07, 2005

Secom develops security robot

"Secom has introduced in Japan a new robotic security guard prototype. The machine can be used to securely transfer funds, following human security agents and avoiding obstacles or stairways when it is moving. It obeys to voice orders and is equipped with a wireless camera and many sensors."
Read on at Robotslife.com

2 comments:

Ghost Particle said...

this is a great innovation. Maybe if they make the design more streamlined then it would be pleasent to be around people. Hope to see this in banks in the near future.

Jan-Willem Bats said...

Marshall Brain has a great blog at http://roboticnation.blogspot.com where he posts a lot about robots.

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