Ubtech Walker uses its new arms to bring me a snack at CES 2019
On the other side of this door is the Ubtech Walker.
UBtech has actually brought in a couple of different robots to CES.
The Cruzr helps out in restaurants and stores.
The Ubtech Walker could be the answer if you want an all-purpose robot Let's check out what it can do.
Well, hello there.
He's emotive, he's got a face here, his legs are designed to be really robust.
He's got a lot of sensors that help him navigate across any surface.
And the arms allow him to grab a variety of things and bring them to you.
And he has cameras here that can recognize face, recognize voice, he responds to voice commands.
And he can do fun stuff like dancing too.
And Walker isn't the only robot UBTECH has brought to CBS.
So this is Cruzr, he is a robot meant for retail.
He can remember different locations in stores.
He can keep all of the inventory tracked on the screen, and he can greet customers, tell them more about a product, and lead them to that product.
He can listen to voice commands and it's a highly functional robot with a whole bunch of sensors.
Now this has been available in other markets previously, but this is the second version of Cruzr.
And this version is coming to the US.
So Cruzr is pretty cool but I'm most excited about having a robot [INAUDIBLE] in my own house.
Forgive me check is actually building their own voice platform for this.
They're not using Amazon's assistant.
They're not using Google assistance.
And again, this thing is going to have a lot of learning to do if it's going to learn layouts of homes.
It's if it's going to be able to navigate to different.
And find them for you, so this thing's really gonna have to be really smart to live up to its potential.
So UV tech hasn't set a price for walker yet.
And given all the sensors, given the robust legs, given the functionality, I'm guessing it's not gonna be cheap.
That said, this could be a robot butler in your home.
And I'd be excited to see what it could do.
Until then, goodbye.
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