This week, host Mike Oitzman interviews UBTECH Americas GM, John Rhee.
Mike and John discuss the recent announcement at CES 2021, where UBTECH launched their new UV-C Disinfection robots. UBTECH is a leading consumer robotics manufacturer, with a number of popular STEM-based robotics learning solutions. UBTECH also has an industrial and social robotics business.
During the show, John Rhee introduces us to some of the the technical features of the disinfection robots, outlines the pricing model and discusses how UBTECH is taking this solution to market in the Americas.
You can read the recent UBTECH product announcements on The Mobile Robot Guide:
- UBTECH Launches New ADIBOT UV Disinfection Solution (January 11, 2021)
- UBTECH Announces New Line Of Material Handling AMRs (January 11, 2021)
To learn more about UBTECH: https://www.ubtrobot.com
To learn more about CES2021 this week: https://ces.tech/
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