A robot to deliver your food, a “smart”At the CES conference, Las Vegas this week, mopeds will make their debut.
While the annual trade conference — which is in-person for the first time since 2020 — is expected to be sparsely attended because of the spread of the Omicron variant, those who are attending the three-day electronics extravaganza will get a glimpse of futuristic gizmos that could soon come to a store near you.
LG will release the latest CLOi autonomous robot series. This includes a four-wheeled delivery vehicle that uses artificial intelligence to navigate through various terrains.
The company released a promo video that featured its latest WALLE-lookalikes, including a GuideBot and a GuideBot from LG CLOi.
The CLOi GuideBot autonomous robot can be used by businesses to act as a security guard, mobile advertising device, and information kiosk.
LG’s latest line of CLOi robots has been unveiled. They can be programmed to act as security guards, waiters, or information kiosks.
LG also announced its CLOi indoor/outdoor four wheel rover, an AI powered food-and-meal delivery vehicle.
These robots can travel at a rate of one meter per sec and can maneuver around obstacles due to a 3D camera sensor. It detects people and objects on the ground.
The GuideBot can be programmed to travel a specific route during off hours and activate a security cam that would use remote monitoring software to communicate with the GuideBot if anything were to be amiss.
CLOi ServeBot can also be used by the hospitality sector. It is an autonomous stack of three drawers and shelves that can drive itself. Restaurant owners, hospital workers and managers as well as retail outlets can program the ServeBot so that it travels up to three destinations while carrying up to 17 kg.
The Prinker M imprints temporary, digital tattoos that can last up to three days. They can be washed with soap and water.
FasTeesH is a French manufacturer that has revealed its Y-Brush. This jaw-shaped toothbrush can clean your mouth in a matter of 10 seconds.
Another gadget that’s likely to attract interest at CES this week: what is being billed as the world’s first all-in-one temporary tattoo device.
Prinker, whose headquarters is in South Korea, unveiled the Prinker M, a mini portable tattoo printer that creates temporary, digital, water-resistant images on people’s skin.
The device, which is expected to initially retail at $200, weighs about half as much as a tablet and can be gripped in the palm of an adult’s hand.
People in a hurry might be able to use the Y-Brush, a toothbrush that cleans all teeth simultaneously and reduces brushing time from two minutes to 10 seconds.
FasTeesH in Lyon, France claims that the product contains 35,000 nylon bristles. According to the company, nylon is more effective than silicone at removing plaque than other materials such as silicone.
The brush is made to fit all jaws and positions the bristles at 45 degrees.
Brekr, a Dutch startup that makes electric scooters, has launched its Model B4000 moped. It can go up to 31 mph.
The company charges a retail price of $147 per device — a far cry from the regular toothbrush available at your local pharmacy.
A neat, minimalistic gadget that could be a hit among singles is the “Bob,”A mini dishwasher retails at $400, weighs 22 pounds, and is about the same size as a microwave oven.
It comes with a 16.5 litre water tank that can be filled.
Daan Tech, the manufacturer, claims that Bob uses five-fold less water to wash the dishes than if they were washed by hand.
Bob can wash up to 16 glasses or cups in 15 minutes.
According to the manufacturer, the Bob mini dishwasher weighs 22 lbs and uses five times less water per dish than washing dishes by hand.
Brekr, a Dutch startup that makes electric scooters, has unveiled the Model B4000 electric moped. It looks like a classic motorcycle.
The 159-pound moped is powered by a 4,000-watt electric motor, and a lithium-ion battery that can be fully charged in three hours. It can travel at speeds up to 31 MPH. One full charge will allow you to travel 118 miles.
The Brekr model has been deemed a “smart”moped in that it can be connected to an app that provides an integrated GPS module and anti-theft technology.
The Brekr B4000 is available in Holland for $4,775 The company is not sure when and if it will be available in the US.