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Dutch inventors have unveiled a high-tech gas-pumping robot, priced at a hefty $110,000, that works by "registering the car on arrival at the filling station and matching it to a database of fuel cap designs and fuel types." Video after the jump. Click here for first picture in gallery.

A robotic arm fitted with multiple sensors extends from a regular petrol pump, carefully opens the car's flap, unscrews the cap, picks up the fuel nozzle and directs it toward the tank opening, much as a human arm would, and as efficiently
[via Spluch - Retuers]








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This entry was posted on 02/05/2008 00:45am and is filed under Robots, Weird .
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