Most people are aware of the robots that are involved with assembling, packing, or handling items before they reach retail stores. Now, some retail robots are starting to change how human employees work and shoppers purchase goods in stores. Here are some tasks that retail robots are conducting and where consumers can see them in daily life.
Robot start Co., which specialises in robot business (Headquarters: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, President: Yoshihiro Nakahashi) has created the latest edition of industry map (chaos map) that overlooks the Japanese communication robot industry · Q1 version of 2017.
In the industry map created this time, more than 60 robot, service, developers, etc. have been newly added since last time, and you can feel the growing fever of communication robots.
Robots are the next big platform. We’ve all dreamed of a world where robots interact with and help humans in their daily lives. But the reality is, robots have a long way to go. Limited access, due to robots being either too expensive and complex or too simplistic, has kept innovators, explorers and the masses at bay.