Home is a friendly robot that ist here for you when you need assistance using LG's innovative AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology.
Originally unveiled last fall in Berlin, the updated LG CLOi
SuitBot supports the user's waist and augments their own muscle power to reduce the risk of injury and fatigue when performing physically demanding tasks such as lifting and lowering heavy loads.
Our LG SIGNATURE brand and CLOi
robots are testament to how enhanced living can be achieved.
AI technology, LG CLOi
robots analyze customers' usage patterns to constantly
Apart from the updated SuitBot, LG is also preparing improved versions of its CLOi
service robots, namely: PorterBot, ServeBot and (https://www.ibtimes.com/lg-developing-robotic-shopping-carts-follow-customers-2730224) CartBot .
LG's entire range of robots using AI are all trademarked under the "CLOi
" brand umbrella -- the same brand for all its robot products.
But unlike previously announced robots from LG such as Guide Robot, Cleaning Robot and Serving Robot, LG CLOi
SuitBot does not navigate airport lounges and hotel hallways by itself.
But unlike previously announced robots from LG such as Guide Robot, Cleaning Robot and Serving Robot, the LG CLOi
SuitBot doesn't navigate airport lounges and hotel hallways by itself.
"Its sandal-type shoes and automatic adjustment feature allow the wearer to get in and out of the suit more easily, differentiating LG CLOi
SuitBot from many other exoskeletons."
Earlier this year at CES, LG introduced three new CLOi
concept robots specifically developed for commercial use inhigh-traffic locations such as hotels and supermarkets.
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, LG unveiled a series of service robots called "CLOi
" as an output of the company's strong push into robotics and AI technologies.
ROBOT ALL did not go well when LG introduced its smart robot Cloi
at CES during a centrepiece presentation.