Dogugonggan will introduce its autonomous driving patrol robot D-bot with the support from Yonsei University Startup Support Group at Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX) held at the Dubai World Trade Center on Oct. 6 to 10.
Dogugonggan's key product D-bot is an autonomous patrol robot. It patrols around large shopping malls, parking lots and factories, and collect information.
Also, it can detect the air quality to provide information to the connected devices, and signs of fire and notify the police or the security company. It can also recognize the space with the camera and sensor.
The indoor D-bot will be released this August, and the outdoor D-bot that looks like a compact car will be released later this year.
The staff at the company said, "The key technology of Dogugonggan is the combination of the autonomous driving and remote control by human. The robots that use this technology are mainly the robots for patrol, tourism and delivery. We are also going to expand to other areas."
Gulf Information Technology Exhibition first held in 1981 is a Middle East-African Information and Communication Technology (ICT) exhibition where 2,000 companies and 140,000 overseas buyers visit every year. A wide range of products from appliances, telecommunication devices, IT and Industry 4.0 gadgets are displayed. In addition, GITEX Future Stars will be held with 75 countries, 750 startups, 400 large investors and global accelerators.
Yonsei University Startup Support Group that participated in Gulf Information Technology Exhibition began its service in 1993 as a startup fostering center and has entered Yonsei University in 2011. It has been promoted as the startup support group, and is being run to encourage the students, faculty and researches to start business and develop technology in a systematic way.