Science fiction made into reality
News sources:CHTF Organizing Committee Release Date:2023-02-15

Technology that was once only seen in science fiction films has been developed in the real world, and a few of these machines have made their appearance at the China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF).


The intelligent assisted exoskeleton robot, developed by the Shenyang Institute of Automation under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, helped with the torch relay at the 2022 Beijing Winter Paralympic Games. It has an innovative multi-modal information acquisition system, which can accurately analyze the subject's mind to realize the natural control between the body and mechanical parts.


In addition, the robot's anthropomorphic exoskeleton design ensures that the arm has the ability to operate even in load-bearing situations.



DJI showcases its UAV at the CHTF. [Photo/WeChat account: szchtf]


DJI's industry-level unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) applies binocular vision and infrared sensors, bringing full six-way environment perception, positioning and obstacle avoidance capabilities. Its maximum detection range is 40 meters, and it can guarantee stable flight and obstacle avoidance, even in complex operating environments.


The intelligent bionic quadruped robot, Unitree Go 1, can run at a maximum speed of 4.7 m/s, breaking the world record for the fastest running quadruped robot with similar specifications. It is equipped with a self-developed ISS intelligent system and an SSS extrasensory perception system. This helps to realize all-terrain autonomous obstacle avoidance.


Wisson's KT200 two-arm special operation robot adopts a bionic design, which can realize the disassembly and operation of complex objects with two hands like human beings. It is also equipped with a variety of tools, so that it can perform complex tasks in scenarios such as security checks, inspections, emergency rescues, and unknown space exploration.



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