XR-1, claimed to be one of the first-ever humanoid robots powered by cloud artificial intelligence, is all set to interact with guest at MWC Los Angeles 2019 today. CloudMinds Technology said that it will introduce its XR-1 robot to guests at the Sprint exhibit (South Hall #1702).
Powered by commercial Sprint True Mobile 5G, the service-oriented humanoid robot is said to represent a new level of technology development in the area of intelligent service robotics.
With proprietary Smart Compliant Actuator (SCA) technology that enables precision grasping capabilities, coupled with the Cloud Brain/HARIX platform, XR-1 can perform intricate tasks – from fist bumps, to needle threading, grasping objects and more.
It is interesting to note here that XR-1 has more than 30 proprietary smart joints built in its body, enabling it to perform precise movements and manipulations. Each robot body has a central control unit that controls all smart joints and sensors, and a robot controller that connects the robot to the Cloud Brain/HARIX platform through the secure Nerve Network.
XR-1 also features CloudMinds’ Cloud Brain, the hybrid operating platform which can host numerous robot “brains” simultaneously, and CloudMinds’ Virtual Backbone Network (VBN) which combines high-performance, low latency fixed and mobile network technology; blockchain technologies; and more innovations to manage cloud robotics through connectivity that’s completely isolated from the internet, the company said.