While DJI is known for its civilian drones and aerial imaging technology products, the company in addition to its known products is exploring other projects as well.

However, the company is working on it's for ground-based robot drone known as The RoboMaster S1 (short for Step 1), which one the company calls advanced educational.
We developed the RoboMaster S1 with the next generation of innovators in mind, making robotics and programming not just more accessible but also an entertaining and academic experience — Frank Wang, DJI’s Founder & CEO

The S1 hints to propose new users an introduction to AI, engineering, and robotics. Meanwhile, it features 31 sensors to guide it through the world around it, of which six are dedicated for its competition mode for detecting hits and impact.

A RoboMaster companion app will help users program and guide the robot, and, with a first person camera installed on the S1, users will be able to see its stream using the app.

With machine vision and its camera, the S1 is able to recognize and respond to sounds, identify objects, and communicate with other S1 robots.

Recognition functions include line follow, vision marker recognition, follow mode, clap recognition, gesture recognition, and S1 recognition.

Nevertheless, more advanced users can code their own functions in Scratch 3.0 or Python. Furthermore, the RoboMaster S1 will be available starting from June 22 and will be online from DJI. Hence, will be retailing at $499.


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