Signing a partnership deal on the day at its headquarters in Bundang, the C&C and Robocare vowed to collaborate to develop the robot solutions.
The C&C will deploy its AI, big data and cloud computing technologies for the joint project while the local robot maker will make use of its robotic expertise.
|SK Holdings C&C’s headquarters in Seoul|
Established in 2012 with funding from Korea Institute of Science and Technology, a state-run research and development institute, Robocare developed different types of robots including SILBOT3, which takes care of the elderly and physically challenged children, emcee robot KIBO, and service robot MERO-SERIES.
“The robot market is rapidly growing with the emergence of advanced AI technology,” said Yoo Young-sang, head of SK Holdings C&C’s business development division, vowing to collaborate with more companies to roll out robot services combined with the firm’s AI tech.
By Kim Young-won (firstname.lastname@example.org)