After becoming the new owners of Boston Dynamics, Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) has unleashed two new robots. These robots represent one of the most explicit indications of the firm. The first robot is DAL-e, what HMG is calling an Advanced Humanoid Robot. The second robot is TIGER (Transforming Intelligent Ground Excursion Robot).
The all-new DAL-e robot is designed to pioneer automated customer services. It has been equipped with modern artificial intelligence technology for facial recognition—the robot built with a state-of-the-art automatic communication system based on a language-comprehension platform. DAL-e appears to be moderately cute, and it is functional.
The TIGER has a multi-modal robotic system and is a wheeled robot. This robot can be used in urban areas, where TIGER could use its legs to climb stairs and help many rescue operations. The TIGER concept can be integrated with a drone to transport it from place to place. The best part about these robots from Hyundai is that between the two of them, they suggest that the company is serious about developing commercial robots and willing to invest in something that seems very new and innovative.