Astro robots for businesses will cease operations on September 25, and customers will be given a full refund and a $300 credit to purchase alternative solutions. Astro for Business was initially launched in November 2023 and is equipped with equipment for autonomous “patrols” of the area.

Amazon Devices vice president Lindo St. Angel said Amazon’s decision reflects a shift in focus toward consumer robots. No layoffs are expected and “impacted” employees will move on to robotics projects at home.

Commercial customers will be given the option to purchase a home version of the robot.

Source: Ferra

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