The robots were the protagonists of the 53rd edition of CES – Consumer Electronics Fair – and exceeded the expectations of visitors and interested parties. Here you can find some of the most outstanding innovations of the fair.
Liku is a robot manufactured by the South Korean company Torooc and designed for the production of society, therefore it is able to detect human emotions through facial expressions. In addition, he can show his own feelings through the tone of his voice and the movement of his eyes.
The robot measures 45 centimeters and weighs 2.5 kilograms, and its appearance is similar to that of a child.
Liku is a programmable robot that responds to voice commands and, depending on its mood, can receive or reject commands. When he is very tired, he closes his eyes and after a break he simply rubs his head to wake up thanks to a sensor located on his touch-sensitive head.
It is another intelligent robot developed for society, this time Chuangze Intelligent Robot is responsible for its production.
The robot tries to make life easier for its customers with an advanced speech engine, microphone system, speech, face and emotion recognition.
In addition, the company is looking for intelligent Chuangchuang robots for use in traffic police and in areas such as education, health and culture, and in the food and financial industries.
This Monday in Las Vegas, Samsung unveiled its new Ballie robot, a device no larger than a tennis ball that aims to manage the home of those who buy it, be their fitness assistant and strengthen the security of your home, in addition to being a perfect toy for children and pets.
According to H. S. Kim, head of electronics at Samsung, Ballie can also take pictures and help seniors stay in touch with family and pets.
Charmin is an American brand of toilet paper that decided to design a robot that would help its users to get out of trouble when they go to the bathroom and have no paper available.
Right, the user just has to take his mobile phone and RollBot, which works via Bluetooth, to ask for a roll of toilet paper and it will arrive in a few seconds.
RollBot is designed to help people at home or in commercial toilets and has a loading capacity of one roll of Charmin toilet paper (We recommend it: CES 2020 the most surprising technological innovations)
At CES 2020, the Japanese company Omron presented its improved version of the Forpheus, a robot that teaches people to play table tennis.
Forpheus has the ability to return cut-off balls, predict the opponent’s movements and at the same time strengthen the opponent’s skills, no matter what level the player is at.
Thanks to its artificial intelligence, the robot can detect the shape, position, dexterity and speed of its opponent as well as the trajectory of the ball in an instant.
For those who love cleaning, Narwal is a small automatic cleaning device that the user activates from their mobile phone. It can wipe, vacuum and clean itself. Its sensors allow you to move around the house without bumping into each other.
Pick and Place
At the West’s most popular technology event, which is held in Las Vegas, the Japanese company Omron is exhibiting its popular Pick and Place machine, which is normally used to place electronic components such as computers, integrated circuits, and industrial equipment at high speed and with high precision.
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