Apollo: Apptronik’s latest humanoid robot

Apptronik Apollo

Apptronik has announced Apollo

A humanoid robot designed to do the jobs people don’t want to.

The robot is on the same scale as a human being, standing at 5 feet, 8 inches (1.7 meters) tall and weighing 160 pounds (72.6 kilograms).

It can lift 55 pounds (25 kilograms) and has been designed to be mass-produced and safely work alongside humans.

The robot utilizes electricity, rather than hydraulics that aren’t considered to be as safe, and has a four-hour battery that can be changed out so it can operate for a 22-hour workday.

The android is initially intended to move and carry cases and totes in logistics and manufacturing settings. Apptronik is an Austin-based robotics startup that envisions a future where general-purpose robots will handle “dull, dirty, and dangerous” jobs so humans don’t have to. Before starting Apptronik in 2016.

The team members worked in the Human-Centered Robotics Lab at the University of Texas at Austin. Members of the Apptronik team worked on Valkyrie’s design, which inspired Apollo.

What is the price of Apollo?

Apptronik hasn’t announced public pricing for the robot yet. However, Jeff Cardenas, cofounder and CEO of Apptronik said he expects it to be in line with the cost of a new car – or somewhere under $50,000.

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