Xiaomi CyberDog Foot-type Robot Get Patent PermissionXiaomi, a Chinese designer, and manufacturer of consumer electronics and related software, officially announced yesterday that it has received patent permission for the Xiaomi CyberDog new foot-type robot.

Remember that earlier this month, the Chinese tech giant unveiled the “Iron Egg” robot dog, for which a patent was granted in November of this year.

The new Xiaomi CyberDog foot-type robot is expected to have a head and a torso body connected to the head; a number of leg components connected to the torso body; a sensor component in the torso body collecting user state information; and a control component arranged in the torso body connected to the sensor component.

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The leg components under the torso body can improve the robot’s flexibility, and the sensor components can acquire the user’s status information, enhancing the user’s perception by the footed robot in one embodiment of the present invention. This lays the groundwork for controlling the footed robot and improves the user’s emotional perception of the robot as well as the user’s ability to accompany the user.

In August of this year, Xiaomi reportedly released the first bionic quadruped Xiaomi CyberDog, dubbed the “Iron Egg” by Lei Jun.

The “Iron Egg” quadruped Xiaomi CyberDog has a high-precision environmental sensing system as well as 11 high-precision sensors distributed throughout the body that communicates data to the AI brain in real-time.

It also has a bionic movement gait that can listen to commands, recognize the owner, and move independently. This technological advantage also allows Xiao Ai to control other smart devices.

Many large manufacturing companies, for example, in the automobile manufacturing process, have been replaced by robots, and even some unmanned warehouses or hotel operations, demonstrating that robots have become part and parcel of humans.

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