Robot dogs are the strangest parcel delivery system we have seen

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Robot dogs are the strangest parcel delivery 
system we have seen
Dream of fever mailman dreams of CES 2019

The German Continental Car Company knows best for its tires, but at CES 2019, the company offers something a little different: parcel delivery by the robot dog.

As part of its research into the future of mobility, Continental has partnered with robotics company ANYbotics (a sporadic tool from ETH Zurich) to visualize the future of the package delivery. 

In a demonstration on the CES show ground, the company showed how a quad-legged ANYbotics robot could jump from the back of a self-propelled truck and carry a package up to someone's front door.

In the demo, the Emily robot can be seen slowly on its way over the debris in the park before the door bell rings to mix with one if its limbs. 
He then paints the package from her back on the balcony and performs a small victory dance as a reward.

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As you might guess from the interim nature of this offer, Continental has no plans to make this service real any time soon. But how realistic is this vision for the future?

In short, it's a way. 
Robots with legs are still not reliable enough for this type of task, but some companies are exploring this space. 

The robotics robot, Boston Dynamics, said the four-legged robot Sputemini (sold this year) could be used to deliver the packages, while Agility Robotics of the University of Oregon, which manufactures the robot with a toe-footed robot, did the same. 

But none of these companies have any plans to provide real robot delivery services.

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