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Among the CES 2023 participants held from Jan. 5, Hills Robotics’ participation was already showing tangible results. Hills Robotics Co., Ltd., a robot tech company that has AI-based self-driving logistics robot operation platform “SOLOMAN™,” recently won its third innovation award at CES 2023 with high-bot after CES2021 Coro-bot and CES2022 Hey-bot. I visited the booth of Hills Robotics in the Eureka Park Zone of the Venetian Expo and heard more from CEO Park Myung-kyu.
“The CES Innovation Award has three main evaluation factors. Engineering ability, design ability, and storytelling ability of a product or service. The product that received the award this time is a product called “Hi-bot,” which was created in cooperation with KAIST’s URL Research Institute. I think it’s more recognized on the global stage because it’s the result of a successful partnership.”
Director Park Myung-kyu expressed his opinion that not only product power but also storytelling is an important factor in the global market. “The value of our products is the people of Hongik. Wouldn’t it be technology to make more people’s lives better with better technology? I think the word “Hongikman” looks so pretty to me,” added CEO Park Myung-kyu with a smile.
Hills Robotics has applied KAIST URL’s latest patented technology, ‘Hierarchical Structure-based 3D High-precision Map Making Technology (hereinafter referred to as Hybrid SLAM), to achieve the challenges of cost optimization and safety, which are the Achilles’ heel of the robot industry.
CEO Park Myung-kyu said his goal is to find a logistics partner to distribute his products to make the world better with Korean robot technology through CES 2023, explaining that he is receiving positive feedback. “If there is one thing that we can communicate even if language and culture do not communicate, wouldn’t it be a desire to create a better world?” If that’s the same, any country’s company, any language speaker, can be our partner, customer, and friend. And global events like CES are a good place to meet such friends,” said CEO Park Myung-kyu.
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