T9 — The World´s most advanced programmable Robot

Date: 22 Feb 2020

Today, on Feb. 22, 2020, in New York, Robosen Robotics (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd, a leading innovator in the field of AI and robotics, showcased T9—the world's most advanced programmable robot that can automatically convert from a robot to a vehicle in a stunningly smooth and seamless movement.

T9 has the following functions:
- Automatic convertible movement from vehicle to robot
- bipedal walking ability in robot form
- race function in vehicle form
- programmable/code development
- robot control/commands by either voice or via the app.

It is the first robot available in the consumer market that features all of the mentioned functions—the retail price is $499USD.

T9 converted into a vehicle.

T9 is made with the latest robotic technology available with 23 proprietary chips and 22 proprietary servo motors (one for each artificial joint) that make it one of the most flexible and agile robots ever created; allowing it to perform high-speed, upright bipedal walking, while also automatically converting from robot to vehicle form.

The visionary craftsmanship of Roboson Robotics and their cutting-edge technology in artificial joint driving algorithms and digital electric drive technology, provide T9's artificial intelligence (AI) - Easy to remember voice commands, complex animations completed with precision control, captivating dance performances and innovative stunts.

T9 converted into the standing robot.

These animations are created and customized with three intuitive and easy-to-use programming platforms (Manual, Visual, and 3D Graphics*), and T9's massive storage has enough memory to store tens of thousands of them. So, whether the user is a beginner or an advanced coder, T9's advanced robotics and AI will provide endless opportunities to teach logical-based skills, as well as entertainment.

With all that information and great design, it only weighs 1.48kg.

Therefore, the dimensions are not quite human-like:
Robot Form: 265×163×340 mm;
Vehicle Form: 287×198×149 mm

Check out the 15 second trailer:

We, from Robotics Online, are happy to see that more robotics are hitting the consumer market and becoming more mainstream.
Unfortunately, Christmas was not even two months ago.

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