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Robotics has become more evolved over this generation. To talking robots and robotic legs and arms. Here is an example of how robotics is used in a supermarket.
If you turn up to your local supermarket one day to find all of your favorite items fully stocked, you may have the slender robot sauntering up and down the aisles to thank. Announced today, Tally is an autonomous retail robot that rolls around stores making sure shelves are correctly stocked, promising to cut labor costs and lost revenue in the process.
Tally features a sensor array that scans and captures shelf data as it moves through the store on the lookout for out-of-stock, low-stock, misplaced items, incorrectly oriented items and pricing errors. It can't rectify any problems on its own, but sends data to the cloud for processing and then presents recommendations to retailers through an app on how to better meet customer demands


mechanisms
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  • Ratchet
  • Normal gear

Motion Transformation

  • Rotary to rotary changes direction

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