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Humanoid robot — your reliable assistant that never feels tired

The continuous development in the field of robotics and Artificial Intelligence forecasts an increase in the production of programmable autonomous robots. As a matter of fact, they are all set to penetrate into people’s daily lives. Sophia, a humanoid robot was recently granted nationality by Saudi Arabia. This was unprecedented in history and the country was the first to do so.

The intelligent humanoid robots never feel tired. They are able to perform task precisely that not only augment human capabilities but also have the potential to assist human to inflate their autonomy. Humanoid robots have self-organizing advantages and are as well capable of demonstrating collective behaviors.

Also, manufacturers are increasingly leveraging collaborative robots to assist human staff to increase their efficiency. Toyota revealed its T-HR3 to allow a human operator to control the robot remotely. According to the ABI Research, 13 percent of manufacturing companies have collaborative systems in operation.

The largest share of humanoid service robot market in 2016 were mostly concentrated in North and South America, and these robots were deployed in various sectors such as public service, personal assistance, education and entertainment. Also as is predicted by a report from Tractica, around 40,000 robotic units were shipped worldwide in 2016 and the number would reach to 620,000 in 2021.

An entirely autonomous robot that is capable of human-level cognizance is still a long way to go. However, research efforts towards fulfilling the vision is in full swing. To impart better assistance to mankind, engineers are looking forward to scientific findings for the creation of innovative solutions that could better co-exist in the common society.

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Forbes: Sanbot could create an entirely new business model in America

“One new player in the robot arena seems particularly well-poised to lead the acceleration via an interesting offering that could be a true game-changer in service and create an entirely new business model in the United States in the process”. That is what Forbes wrote about Sanbot robot.

Robot marketing and businesses are getting bigger by the moment, but it seems there are two major opposing camps.  The Anti-Robot team is fearful and sees them as nothing but controversial, while more are embracing the intelligent robots as industry saviors. Dubai in the UAE has use a robot to interview police candidates. Yes, it is Sanbot programmable humanoid robot with voice interaction powered by IBM Watson.

QIHAN Technology just released a Multi-Service Platform System (MPS) for its Sanbot robot that is unprecedented. The system actually enables businesses to manage hundreds of Sanbot robots from anywhere through its cloud-enabled, centralized system that brings personalized communications services to companies worldwide via an intelligent, cloud-enabled humanoid service robot.

Businesses can customize and create tasks for Sanbots on PC, Tablet or Smartphone over Qihan Cloud using an open API. Operators can then upload and share customized marketing content, audio, video or text files, all remotely. QIHAN Technology firmly believes that service robots are the ideal solution in retail, hospitality, education and healthcare, and that more and more businesses are turning to robots to facilitate their activities.

With the advanced hardware and software with Cloud service, the robot can capture and analyze data to help better decipher customer behavior since they can actually capture customer interaction via live stream or in a recorded manner. Such information can take marketing initiatives to an entirely new level.  And the intelligent service robotics is so good that any unauthorized actions detected will be sent by the robot via mobile phone or PC to business owners immediately.

The leading innovation expert lec Ross explains it best in his book, The Industries Of The Future.  In this work he explains that robot adoption rate in U.S. culture is slow based on a deep fear of a potential “threat of humanity creating things we cannot control.”

But if QIHAN Technology has its way, it seems that any fears will be overcome.

“We see a massive opportunity in America as the market continues to usher in new use cases from security to retail and telepresence,” says Ryan Wu, Vice President of QIHAN Technology. “As robotic features advance, including hardware and AI, interactions between human and robots will become the norm, much like the introduction of social media and the on-demand economy have transformed our lives over the past ten years.”

He continues, “Today, we live in an ‘always connected’ world and demand that technology matches our fast paced life. Intelligent robots like Sanbot are able to meet that demand and provide innovative features that not only improve business efficiency, but also enhance our day-to-day lives as well.” QIHAN Technology is definitely working to create an American footprint. Time will tell if we’ll see such things as fleets of robots throughout your average building in America.