The robot building kits from Aki-Cozmo and Aki will go on sale this week, with a price tag of €20,000 (£18,000).
The kits are the result of collaboration between Aki and the Robotics Industry Association (RIAA) and the Association of Small Businesses (ASB), the industry body for small business owners.
Robot kits are used to help people build a small robotic robot, such as the Aki Cozmo, which can then operate as a driverless vehicle, delivery truck or even a delivery service.
It can be useful for home use and for industrial applications such as manufacturing or packaging.
Aki Cozo is a 3D printer that can be used to create robots, which are essentially small, autonomous robots.
It has a design for the robot, which is a 2D CAD model, which allows for the user to easily build a 3d model of the robot from scratch.
The kit includes instructions, an assembly guide and a 3m (8ft) long wire to attach to the 3D model of Aki.
It also includes a printed plastic case with instructions and instructions for making parts of the kit.
“Robot building kits are a new product for small businesses, and we are delighted to see that there is a growing interest in the technology,” said Aki co-founder and CEO Mikko Nieminen.
“We have worked closely with robotics industry leaders to develop the Aksi CozMo robot kit and we’re proud to announce that our kit will be available to small businesses and small hobbyists from next week.”
The Aksis CozMO kit is designed for those who want to create their own robots with their own creativity and can use it as a hobby, and as an investment tool for their businesses.
“To be able to sell our products at a great price, we need to make sure that they are safe for the consumer and that they meet all the requirements set by the ASB.”
Robot kit manufacturer AkiCozmos has partnered with ASB, the Association for Small Business, to launch its robot building and delivery kits.
“This new platform brings together our industry leaders, with the goal of providing small business and hobbyist alike with a tool to create the next generation of robotics,” said Richard Johnson, president of the ASBC.
“In collaboration with robotics community, the robotics industry and small business groups, we are making this product available to hobbyists and small businesses who are looking for a simple, cost effective way to start building a robot.”
It is great to see hobbyists looking for inspiration to start their own robotics projects using this kit.
“Robots have been around for a long time, but it’s been difficult to make robots that look as cool as the new Aksias Cozmos.
This is partly because of the challenges involved, such is the need to keep the robots lightweight, yet still able to operate in extreme conditions.