Roboworks will introduce the autonomous drive ‘Linky’ and the drones ‘Hummingbird’ at CES 2019, the world’s largest technology exhibition in Las Vegas from January 8 (Tue) to January 11 (Fri) .
Roboworks is a robotic solution company that embeds various robot contents into SW and HW. The goal is to easily share robotic contents solutions by effectively combining differentiated robot contents technology with various fields such as culture, art, education, service, game, and exhibition.
Linky is a coding robot that can be used by all ages. It is an autonomous vehicle for SW education that learns from simple coding to advanced programming. Although it is an edutainment robot capable of professional programming using a PC, it also has a feature that it is possible to learn coding by using only a remote control without a PC. In addition, it was developed as a DIY intelligent robot that can apply its own design to various blocks.
Hummingbird is an indoor/outdoor autonomous drone that is combined with realistic AR technology. The drone control provides various control methods such as smartphone and remote control autonomous mode, and it is especially featured with the contents of the cluster flight similar to the one that Intel showed in the Pyeongchang Olympic Games.
Roboworks said, “In the future, we are going to put a lot of effort into developing the autonomous service drones.” In particular, we will focus on developing autonomous drones (toys) and indoor choreography drones.
Meanwhile, Daegu Technopark, which participates in the CES with local companies every year, will introduce 21 promising domestic companies in the upcoming 2019 CES. The 21 companies are available at the South Plaza Design & Source Showcase Zones in the showroom. Below are the companies that are participating in CES with support from Daegu Technopark Mobile Convergence Center. ▲Intin ▲RF ▲LILLYCOVER ▲JJTech ▲3i ▲Falcon ▲Green Zone Security ▲Tech Inc. ▲Netblue ▲COBL ▲Daeyoung Chaevi ▲Second Ground ▲iGiS ▲Namgyeong ▲Joy Drone. These companies will also participate in the “MIK Night” event, hosted by AVING NEWS.