The company will sell 1,000 dogs to its fans and robotics enthusiasts.
The Chinese manufacturer showed the CyberDog robot at the presentation on August 10, telling about its key features.
CyberDog is based on the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier platform, designed for use in robotics.
The robot is equipped with a large number of modules, including servos developed by Xiaomi itself, an Intel RealSense D450 camera for depth recognition, an ultra-wide-angle fisheye lens, a GPS module and a variety of touch sensors so that the robot can navigate in space.
CyberDog moves at a speed of up to 3.2 m / s and weighs 3 kg. For comparison, the Spot robot from Boston Dynamic can reach a speed of 3.9 meters per second, while its weight is 5.2 kilograms.
Xiaomi claims that CyberDog is able to analyze the environment in real time, plan routes, create navigation maps and avoid collisions with obstacles, including following its owner.
CyberDog can perform a number of tricks, including a backflip from a place that Xiaomi demonstrated in the video.
CyberDog is equipped with three USB-C ports and an HDMI connector for connecting additional sensors to the robot, including lidars and panoramic cameras.
Xiaomi will sell the first thousand robobacks at a price of 9999 yuan. For comparison, the price of the Spot from Boston Dynamic is $74.5 thousand