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State-of-the-art robotic technology simplifies housekeeping


Household robots are becoming more and more popular. In fact, recent years have shown that the segment is in high demand. Generally, a home robot is a service robot used for various household activities such as floor cleaning, pool cleaning, lawn mowing or for various medical and disinfection purposes. These robots are usually autonomous in nature and are controlled by an integrated control system. Of course, innovation plays a major role in making these robots practical and easy to use. The continuous development of technology in interaction, cognition and manipulation has made the use of household robots attractive across the household segment. And, according to data provided by Mordor Intelligence, the household robot market was valued at $6.81 billion in 2021. In addition, it is expected to reach $21.94 billion by 2027, while registering a CAGR of 20.50% during the forecast period of 2022-2027. E-Home Household Service Holdings Limited NVIDIA Corporation.

Moreover, the increased implementation of AI and automation in household equipment has led to even greater growth in the household robot market. For example, with the increasing development of machine vision cameras, companies are using these 2D and 3D machine vision cameras with artificial intelligence technologies to effectively map the edges of the ground, such as a staircase, and to recognize obstacles, such as trash cans and cables, door sills and carpets. For example, Xiaomi CyberDog is a quadruped robot capable of moving as fast as 3.2 meters per second. It is able to track the movement of objects, create real-time maps, avoid obstacles while moving, and is powered by Nvidia’s Jetson Xavier AI platform.

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E-Home Household Service Holdings Limited announced breaking news earlier this week that “the company has begun testing robot cleaners in the provision of household services.

The fast pace of life is quite common in urban cities. The way people perceive their household chores has been changed by the pandemic and we tend to worry more about hygiene standards than before. Regarding the growing interest of our consumers who drive technology to innovate, E-Home is redefining the application of AI technology in home cleaning, bringing this futuristic lifestyle closer to everyone.

The company is testing its first model of robot cleaner designed for expert navigation and powerful cleaning effect. The cleaner will help E-Home’s home service team easily navigate corners and edges, avoid large furniture while thoroughly cleaning from dust to large debris hidden in tile gaps, under furniture and on the carpets. In addition, the robot cleaner is also designed to perform disinfection work as precautions should always be taken to avoid any potential spread of the pandemic virus.

Mr. Wenshan Xie, President and CEO of E-Home, said, “At E-Home, we have witnessed the success of our humanoid robotic customer service and staff training initiatives. How the core technology of robotic products applies to use scenarios with high frequency, high demand and difficult pain points is the background story that inspired us to continue our journey in exploring the household robot cleaners. Our goal is to bring smart home appliances to every home with reasonable price and better user experience. »

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iRobot Corp. introduced the May 31st, iRobot OS, an evolution of the company’s Genius Home Intelligence platform. iRobot OS delivers a new level of customer experience for a cleaner, healthier and smarter home. Leveraging iRobot’s growing base of over 20 million connected devices sold, a unique understanding of the home environment and an advanced computer vision platform, iRobot OS already enables over 2 .7 million cleaning missions every day worldwide. “As iRobot expands its ecosystem of connected robots and smart home devices, we are placing a strategic emphasis on superior software intelligence delivered on high-performance, beautifully designed hardware,” said Colin Angle, Chairman and CEO of iRobot. “iRobot OS brings it all to life, enabling products that understand the home environment, respect customer preferences, and intuitively connect to the smart home ecosystem to get work done. iRobot OS enables our robots to become more smarter and clean even more efficiently over time, delivering valuable new features and functionality that benefit all customers, including pet owners, busy families and those looking to get the most out of their voice assistants This is just the beginning, and we look forward to continuing to build on iRobot OS, providing customers with even more thoughtful ways to clean in the months and years to come.

NVIDIA Corporation announced in recent years has announced the availability of the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Development Kit with native cloud support – and the extension of this support to the entire NVIDIA Jetson edge computing line for standalone machines. The Jetson Xavier NX module is the ideal platform for accelerating AI applications, delivering more than 10 times the performance of its widely adopted predecessor, Jetson TX2. Using cloud-native technologies, developers can leverage the module’s high AI and compute performance in its credit card-sized form factor to drive innovation and deploy AI at large scale. “NVIDIA has created an incredible amount of AI software optimized across many industries, and now, with cloud-native support, customers can take advantage of this software innovation through our high-performance, low-power Jetson family” , said Deepu Talla, vice president and general manager of edge computing at NVIDIA. “The Jetson Xavier NX is the result of years of experience and leadership in edge computing, enabling customers to deploy real-world AI applications.”

Teradyne, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures, sells and supports automatic test equipment worldwide. The Company operates through semiconductor test, system test, industrial automation and wireless test segments. The Industrial Automation segment provides collaborative robotic arms, autonomous mobile robots and advanced robotic control software for manufacturing, logistics and light industrial customers. Last April, the company announced the delivery of the 7,000th unit of its J750 semiconductor test platform to Nations Technologies, a leading Chinese manufacturer of microcontrollers (MCUs) and security ICs ( CI). Made in China and Japan, and deployed across all major global semiconductor chip makers, the Teradyne J750 tester includes wafer sorting and final test solutions for microcontroller units, wireless devices, image sensors, and more. J750 testers lead the industry in quality, time-to-market and cost-effectiveness, delivering higher throughput and more sites, reducing single-site testing time and optimizing the effectiveness of parallel testing.

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