One of the key features of Labrador’s technology is that the processing for the robot’s autonomous systems (including navigation) runs on the robot’s internal computers.
That’s important, as it means that you can limit what type of information the robot shares once it’s trained. As an example, you can disconnect the robot from WiFi and the Internet and just use a local Bluetooth connection from your tablet or a smart button to command it.
You can also enable the robot to connect and stream more information, like video, in certain modes, such as during training, but that access is controlled by you.
We will provide more detail on the types of data that are involved in different modes of operation as we get closer to production.