UBTECH Announces World’s First Biped Robot Walker At CES 2018

Posted: Jan 10 2018, 5:58am CST | by , in CES


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UBTECH Announces World’s First Biped Robot Walker at CES 2018
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  • the first “complete home butler” robot of its kind

Brand New Walker Robot by UBTECH comes to CES 2018. Walker is world’s first commercialized biped robot for Consumers

UBTECH robotics happens to be a worldwide leader in AI and it has introduced its breakthrough robot, the Walker at the CES 2018. This is a biped trademarked robot. It is meant for commercial purposes.

This robot alongside the long list of other robots by the company will be displayed at the company’s stall at the event. Most of these robots have won awards for their superior performance.

Among the series may be included: Lynx with Amazon Alexa, Star Wars First Order Stormtrooper, Cruzr and the family of JIMU robots.

This happening marks UBTECH’s first debut regarding its novel products. Its Walker robot will have demos of its working philosophy given at the show.

The lineup includes Walker which is an all-purpose handyman for the residence of any person. It has many interactive features. Lynx with Amazon Alexa is another humanoid robot with a cloud-based voice recognition system on board.

It has cutting edge technology that also allows facial and presence recognition. The Star Wars robot is interactive and has an application which runs on it.

As for the Cruzr, it has domestic applications and is a service-oriented robot. Finally, the JIMU family of robots lets kids, from 8 to 14 years of age, create their own codes.

“Walker bridges the gap between technologies that were once only available in scientific research institutions and everyday people. It has been specifically designed to have a tangible and positive impact and provides services that families have never had access to before,” said James Chow, CEO, UBTECH.

“As the world’s first biped robot of its kind, Walker exemplifies UBTECH’s commitment to create technologies that will make a difference and have a positive impact.”

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