"The Dubai government plans to create unmanned robot police station by 2030 and replace 25% of its personnel with robot police. Dubai is the first place to implement such technologies with unfamiliar concepts. D-BOT, our autonomous-driving patrol robot, will be the robot that Dubai is looking for," said Kim Jin-hyo, the CEO of Dogugonggan, the company that developed the autonomous patrol robot at the interview held in Dubai.
Meanwhile, the 39th Dubai Information and Communication Expo, which has been attended by more than 4,500 companies from 140 countries, is a representative exhibition of the Middle East and Africa Information and Communication Technology (ICT), attracted by about 100,000 overseas buyers.
You can find a wide range of products and technologies ranging from home appliances to telecommunications equipment, IT, and the fourth industry.GITEX Future Stars, with more than 750 startups, 400 large investors and global accelerators, is also available. Was held.
The Yonsei University Entrepreneurship Support Group, which supported the tool space's participation in the Dubai Information and Communication Expo, was selected as the Entrepreneurship Support Center in 1993, and was selected as the Entrepreneurship Leading University in 2011. It is operated to inspire will and to systematically support and nurture new technologies and knowledge-intensive startups.
Dogugonggan received the support from Yonsei University Startup Support Group to exhibit at GITEX 2019 from Oct. 6 to 10 to introduce its autonomous-driving patrol robot D-BOT.
D-BOT is an autonomous-driving patrol robot that collects various information while patrolling large spaces such as a 24-hour automated factory and large shopping malls.
It is equipped with various sensors such as 360 camera, sound detection, and distance measuring laser scanner, giving all five senses of human beings to the robot.
Kim said, "Dubai has a great expectation for the robots to take the hard work that had been done by people because of its poor natural environment. It can especially be used in dangerous crime scenes, fire, gas leakage, 24-hour automated factories, and smart cities."
He also said, "We developed and delivered a location recognition solution to SK Telecom, and successfully completed pilot driving of CJ Logistics Robots. We have been recognized for its stable operation capability by participating in the Yonsei Autonomous Vehicle Development Project, and we are soon to launch our next model that can be operated outdoor at the end of this year."
In its 39th year, GITEX 2019 was attended by more than 4,500 companies from 140 countries, and it is the major ICT exhibition in the Middle East and Africa sought by 100,000 overseas buyers.
A wide range of products and technologies from home appliances to telecommunications equipment, IT, and Industry 4.0 are displayed. Also, GITEX Future Stars, with more than 750 startups, 400 large investors and global accelerators, also took place.
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.
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