The robot uses gyroscope and accelerometer sensors in its base, and can be controlled with a desktop, tablet, or smartphone.
Double Robotics received seed funding from Y Combinator. Johnson & Johnson and The Coca-Cola Company are testing Double and seven Fortune 500 companies have preordered. Preorders total over $500,000. Customer deliveries began February 2013.
As of January 2017, the company claims about 8000 robots being sold since 2013.
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