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UBTECH showcases new UV-C Robots at CES 2021

UBTECH Robotics has introduced the newest additions to its portfolio of humanoid robots at CES 2021: ADIBOT: UV-C Disinfecting Robots; AMR: Intelligent Logistics Robotic System; and JIMU GO, the next iteration of robotic STEM kits for kids.

The folks at UBTECH Robotics say the ADIBOT robotic disinfection system is designed to provide a hospital-grade solution against COVID-19 to help businesses and schools safely reopen in the midst of the pandemic. It combines the robotics and AI expertise from UBTECH with UV-C technology that disinfects targeted surfaces and air by deactivating the DNA and RNA of harmful pathogens. Available in stationary and autonomous models, ADIBOTS feature 360° UV-C light coverage with powerful disinfection capabilities to disinfect 99.9% of targeted areas.

The AMR: Intelligent Logistics Robotic System sports a modular system designed to allow businesses can scale their needs from the entry-level model up to and utilizing extension modules that expand functionality to meet their business needs. The folks at UBTECH Robotics say the AMR system can adapt to numerous environments and integrate with various applications to help further automate operational needs. The AMR Intelligent Logistics system will be available later this year.

With JIMU GO, UBTECH is launching a new, updated modular STEM kit system to continue the mission of preparing all kids for a future in STEM and robotics. UBTECH will release three kits in Q4 2021: Robo Speedster Kit, Music Box Maker Kit, and Mars Rover Kit.

ADIBOT UV-C Robots are available for purchase at www.ubtrobot.com. Pricing starts as low as US$15 per day depending on the need (additional details are available upon request). ADIBOT systems have tiered pricing for multiple robot purchases, and financing and leasing options are also available for qualified businesses and organizations.

Dennis Sellers
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