Keenon Robotics recently showcased its latest innovations at the World Robot Conference in Beijing, unveiling a multifunctional delivery robot, Dinerbot T10, and a cleaning service robot, Kleenbot C30, in China.
Founder and CEO Mr. Tony Li started by tracing the company’s history and highlighting its deep passion for robotics encapsulated by the name Keenon, meaning “Keen On Robotics”. Keenon has expanded its presence overseas, reaching over 60 countries and regions and 600+ cities worldwide while achieving robotics certification in 64 countries.
The event also showcased a lineup of 15 service robots, from the Guiderbot to the Dinerbot, Butlerbot and robots for cleaning, disinfection, medical and industrial delivery.
Presented by CTO Mr. Tang Xuanlai, Dinerbot T10 integrates four major features: “efficient delivery,” “comprehensive sensor detection,” “multi-modal interaction,” and “effective advertising”. The T10 boasts an open-design large-capacity tray, plate detection for meal retrieval, upgraded motion control performance, and an elevated chassis. This design ensures smooth liquid delivery and exceptional navigation through narrow passages as tight as 59cm.
The T10’s sensor fusion adapts to complex lighting conditions, multi-layer distance detection, enhancing accuracy, algorithm design, and fusion capabilities. Noteworthy is the movable head, combining multi-modal voice and expression interactions. The 23.8-inch screen display and a cloud-based advertising operation system ensure user-friendly convenience.
Keenon also announced its official entry into the cleaning robot market with the Kleenbot C30, boasting four cleaning functions and a single cleaning minimum coverage area of 1500sqm in full charge.