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Hills Robotics (former Hills Engineering), an AI-based autonomous intelligent logistics robot platform company, announced on the 18th that it won the Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy Award for its great contribution to the development of the Korean robot industry at the 2022 Korea Electronics Show “17th Electronic IT Day.”
The award-winning work was recognized for its achievements by launching “SOLOMAN,” a multi-purpose logistics robot intelligent operation platform jointly developed with KAIST, in the global market. In addition, ‘DaviD’, an autonomous unmanned mobile hardware platform released as a sister product, was also released in the market. In the domestic market, “SOLOMAN” and “DaviD” were released together, and “Hi-Bot (Hologram Image Robot), a Solomon SW-based spatial image-using docent robot, was released for overseas presidents, winning a number of awards at leading international electronic shows.
Park Myung-kyu, CEO of Hills Robotics, said, “I am grateful to receive the honorable big award with the launch of ‘SOLOMAN’ in recognition of my contribution to the development of the domestic robot industry by releasing various products following the K-ROS Korea Robotics Award last year.”
Recently, Hills Robotics has been actively marketing. On the 7th, HiBot, a Dawson Robot developed by Hills Robotics, was remotely controlled through an integrated server located in Hills Robotics’ Pangyo “AI+Robotics Lab” and sent to the “AI+IoT+Robotics” R&D Center in Yokohama, Japan, to announce a successful case conference called “
In addition, he participated in the Smart Mobility Exhibition held at COEX from the 13th and announced the case with the Seoul National University Convergence Technology Institute. From the 26th, he will also participate in “Robo World 2022,” the nation’s largest robot exhibition to be held in KINTEX.
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