Humanoid Robots That are Made in India

The humanoid robot market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 63.5% between 2022 and 2027, indicating a significant rise in their popularity and adoption.

India ranked among the top 15 countries with the highest number of recorded robot installations in 2020, highlighting its progress in the field of robotics.

Manav, India's first 3D printed humanoid robot, was unveiled at IIT Mumbai Tech Fest. It can perform tasks like walking, talking, and dancing by listening to voice commands.

IRA, developed by HDFC Bank Ltd., greets customers at bank branches and provides them with information about the services offered. The advanced version, IRA 2.0, can interact with customers and answer their queries.

Mitra, created by Invento Robotics, gained prominence during the Covid-19 pandemic as a customer-service robot in hospitals. It facilitated communication between patients and their loved ones..

RADA, a customer-assistance robot deployed at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International airport by Vistara Airlines, offers services like answering queries, providing entertainment options, and assisting with flight-related information.

RoboCop, a robot stationed at the Kerala police headquarters, serves as a Sub Inspector (SI) and manages the front office. It assists visitors by providing directions and handling administrative tasks.

INDRO, the tallest humanoid robot in India, can perform household chores, entertain, and assist with educational activities. It is open source and programmable to meet individual requirements.

KEMPA, a customer-assistance robot at Kempegowda International Airport, helps passengers with flight-related queries, scans luggage, and provides information about Bangalore's culture and tourist spots.

AcYut, developed by students at BITS Pilani, is India's first indigenous robot. It has represented India in international events such as RoboCup and RoboGames, showcasing the country's technological capabilities in humanoid soccer leagues.

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