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"Pooper Scooper" Bot Detects and Picks up Your Dog's Poo

The handy "Robotic Pooper Scooper", as it's known, will do the dirty work for dog owners.

Soon the days of picking up after your dog will be a long-forgotten task. The irksome but necessary poo collecting is something most dog owners don't enjoy, and luckily for them, they may not have to continue doing.

Beetl Robotics has invented a moving robot that goes around your yard searching for, detecting, and then picking up your dog's poo for you. Genius!

Dubbed the "Robotic Pooper Scooper", this invention will have dog owners around the world rejoicing.

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Dog owners no longer need to pick up after their four-legged friends

It's such a joyful moment when your dog runs up to you with their tail wagging after a day apart. Playing catch, going on long walks, and copious amounts of petting soft fur are all joys dog owners look forward to.

"Pooper Scooper" Bot Detects and Picks up Your Dog's Poo
The Beetl Pooper Scooper team, Source: Beetl

What they probably don't enjoy quite as much, though, is the tedious task of picking up after their dogs. From the smell to the unenjoyable consistency, it's just not a pleasant moment in anyone's life.

However, a team of geniuses has created a device that will do the dirty work for you, leaving you to fully enjoy your time with your dog.

The Beetl robot roams around your garden on a mission to search for dog poo in order to scoop it up for you.

"Pooper Scooper" Bot Detects and Picks up Your Dog's Poo
The Beetl Pooper Scooper, Source: Beetl

Its inbuilt computer system and cameras help it detect your dog's dirty business.

Once it finds the poo it uses its robotic arms to pick up and place it into a sealed container, easy for you to later discard without ever setting eyes or hands on the matter.

All you have to do is set a perimeter in your garden with the Beetl's clever sensors and it'll get straight to work.

Moreover, you can link up your "Pooper Scooper" to a cloud network so that when the Beetl team creates new information and tools, your robot is instantly updated.

Don't get too excited just yet, as the robot isn't quite ready to be launched. It's still being tested, but will no doubt be a welcome addition to any dog-owning household.

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