CES 2022: Pudu Robotics Showcases Main Business Service Robots – Oakland Information Now

Pudu Robotics, the world’s leading provider of commercial service robots, has announced its participation in CES 2022, which will take place January 5-8 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Pudu Robotics will exhibit seven service robots at its booth, including the Afra C1 cleaning robot, which will celebrate its international premiere at the event; as well as its various integrated solutions for multiple use scenarios.

The latest product range from Pudu Robotics includes several core technologies that enable the use of commercial service robots at the building and shop level. By leveraging technologies such as slow automated driving, fully electric propulsion and autonomous motion control, Pudu Robotics is paving the way for the large-scale commercial rollout of service robots around the globe.

Visitors to the Pudu Robotics CES 2022 booth can see the newly introduced Afra C1, a four-in-one cleaning robot designed for constant efficiency and higher quality cleaning in a wide variety of environments including office buildings, apartment buildings, supermarkets, public transportation, hospitals, factories and more.

BellaBot, the latest generation of the company’s world-class grocery delivery robot, will also be demonstrated. As the most popular product in its Pudu Robotics catering and delivery range, BellaBot offers superior human-robot interaction capabilities, innovative bionic design language, cute modeling, multimodal interaction, and other features to deliver an unprecedented robotic food delivery experience.

Pudu will present Robotics in tandem KettyBot, an intelligent delivery and receiving robot with an advertisement. With AI voice interaction, task automation, multifunctional delivery modes and automatic top-up functions, KettyBot is a marketing expert on wheels that doubles as an advertising service and a welcome and welcome service.

the PuduBot, the first intelligent delivery robot from Pudu Robotics, HolaBot, a delivery robot with pager and notification functions, and FlashBot, a state-of-the-art building delivery robot that can take the elevator for safe and reliable room delivery, will be on display at CES this year. PuduBot is a classic commercial service robot that can deliver groceries hands-free in a variety of situations including restaurants, cafes, and hotels. Since its inception, PuduBot has been named Best of the Best at the Red Dot Design Awards 2017 and, with its simple and sleek appearance, sparked a new trend in the design of food delivery robots. Meanwhile, the HolaBot enables better service efficiency with its call notification function, intelligent delivery, remote pager function, high portability and voice command module.

CES attendees can also discover the company’s latest IoT, catering, and hotel solutions designed to enhance the work and life experience and improve production efficiency.

Since its inception, Pudu Robotics has been committed to promoting innovation with its outstanding R&D and manufacturing capabilities. The company has continued to increase the total shipments of its service robots and improve the user experience while maintaining its industry leadership domestically and internationally. Most recently, Pudu Robotics successfully raised $ 155 million in its C1 and C2 Series funding rounds.

Pudu Robotics will welcome conference attendees and media representatives to LVCC NORTH HALL BOOTH 10035 during CES 2022. Further information can be found at https://www.pudurobotics.com/ads/ces/en

Article based on press release to ZENNIE62MEDIA, Inc.

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