In Las Vegas, CES 2019 is in full swing, and technological companies ‘. Giving announcements are not just boring TVs or new smartphones. Samsung has unveiled a new line of smart smart robots that can do a host of useful things.
Samsung believes that you probably have a robot for your needs from retail to health monitoring. In total, 4 new robots were unveiled to support different robots. One named Bot Care showed that on stage, its CES Keynote is health-tracking capacity.
It can talk, monitor blood pressure, monitor other key indicators for health and provide insight into the patients for family members or healthcare professionals.
Focused into Robotics
In an extremely short area, it was a pretty huge revelation, and frankly, it raised more questions than it answered. It is often difficult to determine where the hype ends and
This is twice as much true for a company such as Samsung, which is showing its commitment to the future. Recently months as the mobile industry is suffering its first major decline since the birth of the smartphone. It follows a similar LG play, which gave an insight into its own robotics plans from years to times, which also permitted a’ bot to co-pilot the keynote of this year.
Functional of the robots
First, the company insisted that we observe some kind of individual orientation in which a trio of microphone speakers has gone through the new robots. Bot Care is a medical robot designed to help older people who provide reminders of medication, health briefs and the ability to scan their lives by means of a finger test. Yoga lessons and an emergency system are also available, which can dial 911 when a user falls.
There is a Bot Air, a small robot in style, delightful trash, which zooms and cleanses air quality. Bot Retail completes the bunch with a touchscreen to order and rear trays to supply food and other purchasing items.
The other big warning was look, but don’t touch. You can get as close as you like, but beyond that you can’t interact with the robot.
The demo was stunning. The motions of the robots are extremely lifelike and have subtle touches which permeate each individual feeling rarely seen outside the film robots, such as Wall E. The response time was fast and a large number of really useful tasks were demonstrated. Samsung may have really breached the code of personal care and retail robotics if robots perform as well in person as they do in these brief choreographed demos.
That’s a big if, of course. Samsung wouldn’t answer the question of how much these demonstrations are orchestrated behind the scenes, but given how closely the company adhered to the script, one suspects that we’re largely looking at how such a human / robot interaction could eventually take place somewhere down the road.
Actually, it looks more like a proof of concept. We’re Samsung. Like, hey. We have plenty of money, incredibly clever people and we know how to make components better than anyone else. It looks like if we went all – in with robotics. The company would also not answer questions about how seriously robotics eventually become a category.
You can’t expect to succeed in building incredibly complex AI / robotics / health systems by simply plunging your toe into the water. I’d love to see all-in Samsung on it. These kinds of things have the potential to have a profound impact on the way we interact with technology, and Samsung is one of the few companies to be able to explore this category successfully. But this demands a real commitment of time, money and human resources.