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Meet The Anbot, China’s new security robot

The Anbot is a Chinese security robot developed by the National Defense University.

It was unveiled at the Chongqing Hi-Tech Fair in April 2016.

It’s 1.49 meter-tall, 78 kg, and has a maximum speed of 18 km per hour. According to it can patrol at a speed of 1 km per hour and a capacity of 8 hours. 

The Anbot is capable of emergency calls, intelligent monitoring, autonomous patrol and, it has four high-definition cameras and modules for biochemical detection and clearing explosives. It’s armed with an electrical anti-riot device remotely controlled. The robot can be used in many public places such as airports, stations, and subway to support the police.

The Anbot is not a Robocop, it’s a hi-tech support for the police

Source: via Shanghaiist

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1 thought on “Meet The Anbot, China’s new security robot”

  1. naumanahmad1 – Lahore – Nauman Ahmad, is a serial technology entrepreneur in digital disruption. His starts up focus majorly on cloud and machine learning technology stack. He is computer science graduate from National University of computer and emerging sciences and Co-found more than 10 technology starts up with 25000+ global customer base

    Hi, Can you please give me contact details of the manufacturer ? we have a big order for 100+ robots


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