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- LYNX – ALEXA ENABLED SMART HOME ROBOT WITH FACIAL RECOGNITION
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Lynx – Alexa Enabled Smart Home Robot with Facial Recognition
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- o Utilize all of the Amazon Alexa skills via your Lynx robot.
o Select Surveillance Mode in the app and Lynx will take a 30 second video if the PIR sensor on the chest is activated. Lynx will then send the video to your smartphone to ensure you know what is happening at home.
o Make sure you don’t miss another event again by sending Lynx in your place! In Avatar mode, you can see what the robot sees and speak through the robot with app-enabled functions.
o Lynx is ever evolving and will be growing as Amazon Alexa and robotics grows. Stay tuned for more feature updates in the near future.
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o App-controlled video camera robot
o Compatible with iPhone/iPad/iPod touch models running iOS 8.0+
o Compatible with Galaxy/Android devices running OS 2.0+
o Easy set-up using free smartphone/tablet app
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o Works with or without a doorbell
o Quick and easy self-install
o Get instant alerts when visitors press the doorbell or trigger the built-in motion sensors
o Then use the free Ring app to see hear and speak from smartphone tablet or PC
- AMAZON NOW HAS 45,000 ROBOTS IN ITS WAREHOUSES
- Sam Shead – January. 3, 2017 – views 90,950 – Amazon significantly expanded its army of warehouse robots in 2016, according to a report by The Seattle Times.
- The newspaper – based in the same city as Amazon’s global headquarters – wrote last week that the e-commerce giant now has 45,000 robots across 20 fulfillment centres.
- That would be a 50% increase from the same time the year before, when the company said it had 30,000 robots working alongside 230,000 people.
- Amazon bought a robotics company called Kiva Systems in 2012 for $775 million (£632 million). Kiva’s robots automate the picking and packing process at large warehouses in a way that stands to help Amazon become more efficient. The robots – 16 inches tall and almost 145 kilograms – can run at 5 mph and haul packages weighing up to 317 kilograms.
- When Amazon acquired Kiva, Phil Hardin, Amazon’s director of investor relations, said: “It’s a bit of an investment that has implications for a lot of elements of our cost structure, but we’re happy with Kiva. It has been a great innovation for us, and we think it makes the warehouse jobs better, and we think it makes our warehouses more productive.”
- Amazon also uses other types of robots in its warehouses, including large robotic arms that can move large pallets of Amazon inventory.
- The company has been adding about 15,000 robots year-on-year, based on multiple reports. At the end of 2014, Amazon said it had 15,000 robots operating across 10 warehouses. In 2015, that number rose to 30,000, and now Amazon has 45,000.
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- REPORT: AMAZON WAREHOUSE EMPLOYEES WORKED TO EXHAUSTION AS ROBOTS THREATEN JOBS
- By Nate Church -November 28, 2017 – Mirror Reporter Alan Selby spent five brutal weeks at UK Amazon’s ironically titled “fulfillment centre,” documenting the trials and working conditions of its exhausted workers.
At Amazon’s newest warehouse in Tilbury, Essex, Selby “found staff asleep on their feet, exhausted.” His firsthand account says that “those who could not keep up with the punishing targets faced the sack – and some who buckled under the strain had to be attended to by ambulance crews.” Selby is no slouch; yet even as an experienced marathon runner, he said days at the warehouse “left me feeling dizzy, and I worried I might keel over if I kept pushing myself as hard as I needed to meet my targets.”
- Their toilet breaks are timed, and the (reportedly disgusting and ill-maintained) toilets are over a quarter mile away within the vast complex. Inactivity at the station is timed, even for those breaks, so employees are often forced to keep themselves from even going to the bathroom, lest it take too long. There is always another shelf of boxes, brought by the relentless robots that rule the floor.
- A meter in front of the individual metal cages from within which they work tells them whether they are hitting goals the reporter described as “impossible.” He said that “employees at UK warehouses have told of sleeping in tents and under bridges just to get to work on time,” and “staff have been paid less than the living wage, and it even emerged drivers had faced fines for ‘early’ deliveries.”
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- [Satan pays well: Apple CEO Tim Cook Earned $102 Million in 2017
- December 27, 2017 PST by Juli Clover – In fiscal 2017, Apple CEO Tim Cook received a salary of $3.06 million plus $9.33 million in bonuses and stock worth $89.2 million for a total compensation package of approximately $102 million, reports Bloomberg. The data was shared today by Apple in a proxy statement filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission ahead of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, which will take place on February 13, 2018.
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