In an interview with foreign media techcrunch, rob Playter, the new chief executive of Boston Dynamics, said the company had received 260 orders for robots since the spot robot appeared in the disrupt online event last month. < / P > < p > although there are doubts about the commercial use of the robot, which costs as much as 75000 US dollars, many vertical industries are interested in finding and deploying the technology. One of the many attractions of spot is that it is positioned as a platform for developers and third parties who can build their own accessories for a variety of applications, from architecture to telemedicine. In addition, Boston Dynamics is actively developing its own accessories to help diversify spot’s applications. < / P > < p > the company recently announced that spot has an arm accessory that can perform a variety of tasks, including opening doors and picking up objects. Given that the arm was used in the first spot / spot Mini videos a few years ago, there’s nothing curious about it. < / P > < p > this arm has six degrees of freedom and is designed to move with the robot. “Like basic robots, robotic arms are not just hardware,” the company wrote. It has an intuitive user interface, and is equipped with the functions of remote control operation and supervision of autonomous behavior through the tablet computer. Developers can also access arm / grip through the API. Applications such as opening doors, gripping and dragging objects will be automated and provided as a beta feature during arm delivery. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today