Boston Dynamics was valued at $1.1 billion.

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You are using an older browser version. Please use asupported versionfor the best MSN experience. Hyundai is using Boston Dynamics robot dog to patrol its factories Hyundaihas a new site safety officer at one of its Kia assembly factories inSouth Korea Spot, Boston Dynamics famous andoft-dancingrobotic dog. In fact, the Factory Safety Service Robot has been upgraded with applied artificial intelligence, autonomous navigation and various remote sensing technologies. The robot can also be taken control of remotely and securely, allowing office personnel to observe and survey parts of the factory from a central location. Starting with a pilot operation in one factory, the augmented Spot will support late-night security patrols and create a safer environment for plant workers. Should this trial prove to be successful, Hyundai has said that it will look to expand the robots patrol areas and consider deployment to additional sites. Hyundai has upgraded Spot with a thermal camera and three-dimensional LiDAR sensing technology. This allows it to see people, determine whether doors are open or closed, monitor high-temperature systems and detect fire hazards. Should it detect a danger to factory personnel or infrastructure, the modified Spot can alerts managers via its secure online interface. This also enables the robot to be remote-controlled, allowing office personnel to observe and survey parts of the factory from a central location. The Factory Safety Service Robot is the first collaboration project with Boston Dynamics, said Hyundai Motor Group Robotics Lab head Dong Jin Hyun. The Robot will help detect risks and secure peoples safety in industrial sites. We will also continue to create smart services that detect dangers at industrial sites and help support a safe work environment through continuous collaborations with Boston Dynamics. Hyundai has equipped the robot with a thermal camera and three-dimensional LiDAR sensing technology which allows it to see people, determine whether doors are open or closed, monitor high-temperature systems and detect fire hazards. Should it detect a danger to factory personnel or infrastructure, the modified Spot can send alerts to managers via its online remote-control interface. One advantage of the robot over conventional security guards is that it can navigate through tight spaces more easily and allow sight onto otherwise blind areas. Moreover, Hyundai said that it can connect multiple Factory Safety Service Robots to the same control system to patrol numerous zones simultaneously. The announcement of Spots new vocation follows Hyundais acquisition of a controlling interest in Boston Dynamics back in June of this year. The automotive manufacturer purchased a 80 per cent stake in the robotics firm from original owner SoftBank, which has retained the remaining 20 per cent stake through its affiliates. For the sale, Boston Dynamics was valued at $1.1 billion. Hyundai Motor Group has announced that it is looking to advance robotic technologies to improve their industrial sites, develop self-driving vehicles and in the future  Urban Air Mobility solutions like drones and personal air vehicles. The Highest Paying Cash Back Card Is Finally Here This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997 Savvy Americans are moving their money to these banks These are the best mortgage rates in your area Schumacher and Mazepin keep their Haas seats for the 2022 season Stag makes daily visits to familys back garden to nibble on duck feed Freedivers discover 53 Roman gold coins off the coast of Alicante