Fourier Intelligence, a leading technology-driven company specializing in exoskeleton and rehabilitation robots, has released a new video showcasing its GR-1 humanoid robot and its state-of-the-art production facilities. The company’s aim is to create advanced robotic solutions that aid in rehabilitation and improve the quality of life for individuals with physical disabilities.
Located in Salem, Oregon, the “RoboFab” facility spans an impressive 70,000 square feet and is set to open later this year. The facility will be responsible for the mass production of Agility Robotics’ bipedal robot, Digit.
Agility Robotics, known for their groundbreaking work in bipedal humanoid robots, recently announced their plan to scale production to 10,000 units per year. This move signifies a significant milestone for the company in their mission to make robotics technology accessible and beneficial to society at large.
Damion Shelton, co-founder and CEO of Agility Robotics, emphasized the importance of being able to mass produce technology in order to have a widespread impact. He believes that mass production is a crucial step in ensuring that advanced robotic solutions can reach a larger audience and make a significant difference in people’s lives.
The GR-1 humanoid robot developed by Fourier Intelligence is an impressive example of their commitment to creating innovative rehabilitation robots. The robot is designed to assist individuals in regaining mobility and independence, helping them regain control over their lives.
With the opening of the “RoboFab” facility, Agility Robotics and Fourier Intelligence are poised to play a significant role in shaping the future of robotics technology. Their focus on mass production and the development of advanced robots will undoubtedly contribute to advancements in the field of rehabilitation and enhance the lives of countless individuals with physical disabilities.
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