“Little Orange” Robots Support Post Workers in China [Video]

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It’s buzzing in the Chinese post office and these little robots are not there for vacuuming the floor in the facilities. These tiny robots are nicknames “Little Orange” and help the post workers to sort small parcels by picking them up and putting them into the right chute.

They navigate via QR-codes that are printed on the floor and can’t help with large boxes yet, but already help the sorting process for a large number of smaller parcels as they are categorized by delivery region and state.


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Photo credit: People’s Daily, China

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