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Aeolus debuts humanoid robot at CES

Aeolus debuts humanoid robot at CES

LAS VEGAS – At CES 2023, Aeolus Robotics have introduced aeo, their autonomous dual-arm humanoid robot meant to utilize multifunctional mobility to perform delivery, eldercare, and security services.

The robot also features other functions like kiosk operation and disinfection of surfaces via ultraviolet light and can perform operational tasks like opening doors and riding elevators to expand its range. As a service the robot features plug-and-play attachments with integration from third party developers like Japan’s Asratec and Malibu AI in Taiwan. Aeolus notes that aeo’s dual arms have seven degrees-of-freedom (DOF) which allows the robot to perform separate tasks in each hand.

"Our goal is to create robots that will enhance quality of life and advance the positive impact robots already have on society. Our first single-arm robot in 2018 pushed the state-of-the-art for what a robot assistant could achieve, but we wanted to do more," said Alexander Huang, Global CEO of Aeolus Robotics. "Our experience deploying robots in environments as diverse as senior care, hospitals, public transportation offices and hotels, led us to develop our dual-arm humanoid robot aeo -- what we consider a truly capable, multifunctional service robot for real-world facilities."

aeo has already seen deployment in Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan where it sees service for some of the largest eldercare providers and real estate companies. "Our company operates a timeshare membership hotel, which includes a senior care department that operates as a combination of hospitality, medical care and nursing care," said Kayo Kojima, General Manager of Senior Life Central Japan, HIMEDIC, Inc. "The robot is already one of our colleagues and a key member of our team. The robot takes on completing simple tasks that frees up our staff to have more time to interact with patients and staff.  As a result, the resident and patient care interaction and hospitality services we provide will improve."

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