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Etnet: Let Robots Save the World!

Roborn’s co-founder Mark Mak Hin Yu was interviewed by Etnet earlier on. He explained the mission and process behind the development of the 5G epidemic prevention smart robot. He also shared his thoughts on developing in the Greater Bay Area.

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Edigest: The Three Benefits of Utilizing 5G Robots Responds 10 times Faster

With the ongoing epidemic, Roborn, whose primary business is robotics, launched a 5G epidemic prevention smart robot earlier on identify the close contacts and help stop the virus from spreading, preventing community outbreaks. In addition to the epidemic prevention robot, Roborn also introduced its other inventions which use 5G, including ME series robots, remote controlled robotic arms, and 5G falling alarm system.

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Wenweipo: Body Temperature Detecting Robots Create Win-win Situation for Innovation and Epidemic Prevention

EMSD’s special anti-epidemic platform received 217 application in just a mere 3 weeks. The Roborn team said they contacted EMSD in late February; they were arranged to test the mobile body temperature detection robot at CSD, Transport Department, and LCSD sites respectively till 10th March. During the process, they recevied positive feedback from all units, which has helped to continue improve the robot.

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Lion Rock Daily: Innovation and Science to Fight Epidemic, a Win-win Situation for Government and Businesses

Roborn has developed an infrared thermal imaging body temperature detection robots, which have been used in the EMSD headquarters, the Correctional Services Department, the Transport Department and the LCSD. The EMSD platform helped Roborn to understand the needs of different customers, so that it can target those needs and improve the robot design.

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ViuTV Wars #56: Will a Higher Body Temperature Effect the Immune System?

Professor Poon and Mark Mak, the Co-founders of Roborn, were interviewed by ViuTV’s “Today’s Epidemic” to introduce how Roborn’s 5G epidemic prevention smart robot with cruise system and artificial intelligence technology can detect human body temperature more quickly and accurately. It will help out in tracking related cases of suspected patients with the novel coronavirus and reduce the risk of community transmission.

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