Video shows AI-powered security robo-dog checking on truck driver


Published by iTrucker at 29 Jan

Video shows AI-powered security robo-dog checking on truck driver

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Video shows artificial intelligence (AI)-powered security robo-dog checking on the truck and its  driver at the cheese factory


AI-powered robo-dog, also known as quadruped robots, are becoming increasingly popular in a variety of industrial settings, including factories, warehouses, and the trucking industry. These robots are designed to navigate complex environments and perform tasks that are too dangerous or difficult for humans, such as carrying heavy loads, inspecting equipment, and monitoring inventory.


One of the key advantages of robot dogs is their ability to move around easily in confined spaces and navigate rough terrain. They can also be programmed to work alongside human employees, completing tasks that are repetitive or physically demanding. This can help companies to increase efficiency, reduce labor costs, and improve safety in the workplace.

In the trucking industry, for example, robo-dogs could be used as security in and around warehouses, truck parking, truckstops, and loading docks.

Despite their benefits, there are also some concerns about the use of robo-dogs in the workplace. One of the main concerns is the potential for job loss as these robots become more prevalent. Additionally, there are concerns about the safety of these robots, especially if they are not properly maintained or if they malfunction.

Overall, the use of AI-powered robo-dogs in factories, warehouses, and the trucking industry is expected to become more common in the coming years, as companies look for ways to increase efficiency and reduce labor costs. However, it’s important that their implementation is done in a way that takes into account the potential impact on human workers and society as a whole.


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Story by: Mario Pawlowski


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