Unlimited Robotics unveils Gary, its service robot, and its developer’s platform

Omri Hurwitz

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Unlimited Robotics is announcing today the launch of its developer’s platform, Ra-Ya, which makes it easier for any software engineer to build robotic applications even without prior experience in hard-coded environments. The hardware and software applications can be integrated into Gary, the company’s first service robot, that will be available for sale to consumers, businesses, and offices, starting from 2022.

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“The process of programming a robotic application is challenging, and it is not that simple for most software developers. Unlimited Robotics, who I work and collaborate with, is democratizing the way people can build applications for robots with the company’s groundbreaking technology. We are empowering software engineers who do not have prior experience in robot programming, especially if they have experience in JavaScript and Python, to actually create pragmatic solutions for people’s homes, businesses, and offices.” says Guy Altagar, the company’s CEO.

Gary is designed to perform any chore for home, business, and office environments. The beta version of Ra-Ya is free, and developers can integrate and offer their applications to Gary’s consumers or businesses, whether on a paid or free monthly subscriptions. Through their unique technology of interconnectivity among the robots in their network, “One robot teaches the other robots how to improve in their next task”, says Altagar. Gary the Robot will be available for sale at the beginning of 2022, and the company announces the opening of a waiting list, in which users will be able to save the right to get Gary first, for a one-time fee of $99.

About The Robotics Market:

Most usage of robots is nowadays being made in logistics, warehouses, and factories. Only recently, Elon Musk has announced Tesla plans to release a Tesla Humanoid Robot, and this move comes together with the sale of Boston Dynamics to Hyundai for $1.1 billion, mostly known for its robot dog–spot. The Unlimited Robotics team is optimistic as their open-source platform for any developer who has an idea to build an app on it is a key factor to take their product to the next level in providing solutions for home and business owners, beyond dancing functions and impressive look.

The Future Of Humanoid Robots

The humanoid robots industry is anticipated to experience significant development. Humanoid robots are expected to be valued at $3.9 billion in 2023, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 52.1 percent between 2017 and 20231. Bipedal robots are expected to develop at the highest CAGR during the next four years, owing to the enhanced capabilities of these robots and their usefulness in an ever-growing variety of settings.

The ideal effect for an artificial arm or a humanoid would have to be able to use tools and objects in the same environment that people work.

The Process of Inventing a Humanoid Robot

The generation of a humanoid is time-consuming and requires a lot of study and effort. First-grade sensors and actuators are critical, as even a mistake might lead to glitching. Humanoids are made up of various components such as sensors and actuators that allow them to move, talk, and do things.

Humanoids are commonly seen as robots that are structurally comparable to humans. As if they have a head, torso, arms, and legs. However, this is not always the case because some humanoids do not precisely resemble humans. Humanoids can be Androids or Gynoids. An android is a humanoid robot that looks like a man, while a Gynoid resembles a woman.

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Omri Hurwitz is a Tech Marketer and Media Strategist. He writes for several media channels including Forbes, The Times Of Israel, The VentureCation, Hackernoon, Benzinga, and more.

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