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LG, apart from launching its Signature OLED TV models, unveiled a new range of intelligent robots at the ongoing CES event in Las Vegas. The South Korean company earlier teased the Hub Robot ahead of CES.
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The new lineup of intelligent robots from LG includes a Hub Robot that doubles as a smart home gateway to control other smart appliances and intelligent home notification centre. The company also showcased intelligent robots designed for use in airports and other public spaces.
Both the robots have been designed to serve their purposes at the airport. The Airport Guide Robot will work as an intelligent information assistant for travellers, answering questions in four languages: English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. It can also scan passenger's ticket to provide detailed information about flight's boarding time, gate location as well as the weather of the destination city.
LG announced at the event that the Airport Guide Robot will be soon seen at Seoul's Incheon International Airport. The Airport Cleaning Robot, on the other hand, are designed to offer industrial-size cleaning of airports. The robot is "super-sized robot vacuum" featuring large-capacity dust canister as well as multiple brushes and motors. LG also revealed Lawn Mowing Robot for trimming grass accurately.
LG Electronics has unveiled a new line-up of intelligent robots at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week, including a home robot that doubles as a smart home gateway and intelligent home notification centre.
LG also said the robot is designed to respond to human body language, and is capable of nodding its head when answering simple questions. It is also aware when family members leave the house, return home, and go to bed, the company said.
"LG has been involved in smart technology and robotics for many years with the HOM-BOT robot vacuum cleaner being our most visible consumer effort," said Song Dae-hyun, president of LG Electronics and Home Appliance & Air Solutions Company. "Here at CES, we're demonstrating how we're taking the knowledge gleaned from years of research and applying that to various situations inside and outside the home."
With airport innovation front of mind, LG also announced its Airport Cleaning Robot that is essentially a super-sized robot vacuum equipped with a large-capacity dust canister as well as multiple brushes and motors. Additionally, the company also unveiled a lawn mowing robot at CES.
A Bosch-supported start-up called Mayfield Robotics has shown off its home robot, Kuri. Kuri is a 50cm robot armed with speakers, a microphone, a camera and a host of sensors. These allow Kuri to move about the home, intelligently working out the most direct route.
This humanoid robot uses Amazon Alexa artificial intelligence to operate for accurate speech detection. It'll carry out tasks but also aims to learn your moods so it can help cheer you up when needed.
Panasonic has chosen to show off its vision of the future for robots in the home, and it's an egg. The companion robot proof of concept is designed to live on a desktop and offer human-like movements and communication skills.
The robot is powered by Amazon Alexa but tweaked to help understand what's being requested before finding results. Since it's aimed at children specifically it aims to help parents raise their children since it works as a baby monitor, nanny and teacher all in one.
LG kicked off the second press day of the Consumer Electronics Show on Wednesday with a 45-minute keynote featuring robots, consumer appliances, and more products. Here are the biggest announcements that the company made:
Users can ask the LG Hub to do things like delay the start of a load of laundry. The robots will also use the company's SmartLinq AI technology to automate home tasks like scheduling a robot vacuum cleaner to run when people leave home.
What's interesting is that LG has also been working with Amazon to integrate the online retailer's Alexa assistant into its new Smart InstaView Door-in-Door refrigerator, so that users can do things like get answers to questions and order groceries from Amazon. However, these robots don't use Alexa to underpin their intelligence.
Capable of cleaning everything from tiles to carpet floors, this robot is equipped with the latest in smart sensors and multiple cameras to ensure a safe, effective and powerful performance in even the most crowded airports.
Equipped with many of the advanced sensors and bumpers found in the airport robot, the Lawn Mowing Robot recognizes its own location at every moment, as well as the location of every obstacle in sight, such as trees or hedges.
Since I was a child watching Star Wars and seeing robots like C3Po and R2D2, I've dreamed of having a robot of my own. This desire was further strengthened by watching the The Jetson's family robot, Rosie the Robot Maid who kept the homestead running smoothly. I've always felt a personal robot might come in handy as a personal chef, trainer, and companion. It seems the future has caught up with us as we're now seeing more sophisticated robots for your home come to the market at price points that are less than the latest iPhone or MacBook. Let's take a look at a dozen personal robots for your home, some are more human-like than others but all could make your life better.
One of the most human looking robots in the bunch, Pepper is a robot that is said to be able to recognize human emotions. Once Pepper determines your emotions the robot reacts with the appropriate mood. Currently, Pepper is used in various commercial settings in Japan, but can also be a great companion at home.
A fun friend and helpful assistant with serious technology inside, the Kuri robot is mobile and comes equipped with WiFi, Bluetooth, a 1080p camera, and facial recognition. It has telepresence capabilities to enable you to talk through the robot to others that are at home. It can navigate your home avoiding obstacles and pets and could double as a home surveillance system as it hears and sees what's going on in your home. Kuri makes beeping sounds that will remind you of R2D2 from Star Wars. Kuri will take daily photos and saves the content to an app on your phone, where you can view, edit and share the content.
Zenbo is a smart, mobile robot, that can provide companionship, assistance, and entertainment when you need it. While you're home Zenbo learns and adapts to you and will share it's emotions with you when necessary. Zenbo can help with reminders, control home devices, act as a security system while your away, and even read stories to your children to entertain them.
Lynx is a humanoid robot that helps Alexa get mobile. Lynx can come find you to order Prime products directly from Amazon via simple voice commands. Lynx has facial recognition and personalized greetings. It can play music and help offer home security by livestreaming feeds of your home while you are away.
Looking for an extra set of hands to help you carry something around the house or in your yard, that's Budgee's speciality. Budgee is a friendly, hardworking robot that helps you carry things to another location.
LG's Alexa-powered smart home assistant Hub Robot looks to make your home smarter by being placed in most active spot in your home. The robot responds to your movements with nods and simple responses. It can take care of everything from setting the mood by playing music to turning on and off your air conditioner. The interactive display shares messages, videos, and photos. Leveraging facial recognition, the Hub Robot can recognize different family members. Hub Robot not currently available for purchase but we expect it to be out soon, as it debuted at the Consumer Electronic Show in January 2017.
The Olly robot is a mix between a smart home hub and a personal robot. This round shaped tabletop device is aimed at assisting to make your day better. Olly is a London-based startup created to learn how you want to interact then responds to your questions and controls your connected devices.
Temi is a personal robot for your home that is smarter than a telepresence robot to take over as your personal assistant on wheels. Temi was designed to be a video chat and music machine to keep you entertained and connected. Temi runs on an Android operating system so it is compatible with many of your favorite apps.
Aido is a family-friendly home robot that can move around your home to help assist you and make life better. Aido can do everything from play with your kids to help you with household chores to handle your schedule. Aido can help keep your home connected and safe thanks to is mobile and visual capabilities.
This creatively named robot can do a lot. As we've covered previously, Personal Robot has all the basic features like facial recognition, photograph capability, wake-up calls, pinpoint language recognition, and autonomous navigation. But it also builds a map of your home with navigation and mapping algorithms. Personal Robot can also communicate with other home devices you have, like your Nest thermostat and others thus helping to automate your home.
Looking for a personal robot and a robotics challenge in one? Meet Q.Bo the open source robot that allows you to add features as you see fit to create the most personalizable robot yet. Q.Bo comes with base features and functionality, but you can expand upon it. This robot is great for kids, parents and educators alike to geek out and build out their personal robot.
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