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Amazon’s new warehouse robots have some fancy features

Por: The Boston Globe Tech June 22, 2022

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Retail giant is cranking up the warehouse robotics arms race once more, unveiling on Wednesday new machines that can navigate the company’s huge warehouses entirely on their own, as well as a machine that’ll stack packages on shelves without human assistance.One of the new robots, called Proteus, is Amazon’s first totally autonomous warehouse machine, the company says. Like earlier Amazon robots, it’s disk-shaped, about seven inches... + full article



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