The company is currently testing the robot without a delivery order, but in a few weeks the machine will be tested live.
A special creation is one of Panasonic’s latest developments, the self-guided parcel delivery robot, which is scheduled to be commissioned in Tokyo as soon as possible. The Japanese manufacturer has already put the machine into test operation in the suburbs of the capital, but for the time being it is only being tested without packages what the agile machine is capable of and what obstacles it may encounter.
Panasonic aims to use the parcel delivery robot to offer a new, modern solution for freight transport and to make delivery logistics faster and simpler in the future. THE Japan Times according to his report, the machine has dimensions of 1150x1150x650 millimeters and weighs a total of 120 kg without packaging.
Although the robot is completely self-propelled, that is, it is self-driving, but during the test period, Panasonic operators pay close attention to its activities so that it does not cause an accident or injury. You may not be able to cope with some obstacles on your own, in which case human intervention is essential. Engineers also try to minimize these cases.
Panasonic plans to deliver food and other daily necessities in Fujiwa from early February.
Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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