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Proteus, first fully autonomous mobile robot introduced by e-comm giant Amazon | Watch

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Washington: Big achievement by e-commerce giant Amazon that will make work easier and much more faster, Amazon introduces first fully autonomous mobile robot called ‘PROTEUS’, which work hand-in-hand with employees to make the workplaces safer and more efficient than ever.

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Robotics like the Proteus and the Cardinal are the latest tech Amazon has been working on and investing in.

The robot was built to be automatically directed to perform its work and move around employees and does not need to be confined to restricted areas.

“It can operate in a manner that augments simple, safe interaction between technology and people, such as the lifting and movement of GoCarts, the non-automated, wheeled transports used to move packages through our facilities,” Amazon said in a statement.

Proteus will initially be deployed in the outbound GoCart handling areas in Amazon fulfillment centres and sort centres.

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The aim is to automate GoCart handling throughout the network, which will help reduce the need for people to manually move heavy objects.

Amazon have more than 520,000 robotic drive units, and have added over a million jobs, worldwide.

Amazon will also add Cardinal, a robotic arm capable of lifting weights up to 50 pounds.

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The company aims to deploy the robotic arms in its warehouses sometime next year.

“With Cardinal, package sorting happens earlier in the shipping process, resulting in faster process time in the facility. Amazon shipping operations run more smoothly because Cardinal converts batch-based manual work into continuous, automated work,” the company said.

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