Roborn uses motion control system as its core technology, together with 5G, AI, IoT, Cloud to drive and develop comprehensive robotic products and tech-development solutions. Roborn advocates Techanization, integrating modern technology into ecologies, realizing human-machine cooperation and virtual interaction to improve the ecologies’ productivity and efficiency and make human being better.

Techanization™

Integrate technology into an ecology and enable it to be more productive, efficient and sustainable for better human being as a prosperous cycle.

Roborn’s “Techanization”

The concept of “Techanization” is that we integrate technology into an “ecosystem” to make it grow better and prosper. The more important thing about Techanization is that the application of technology can bring benefits and make human being better, not just invent a technology and then apply it in one area.

The Roborn team shared “Techanizaiton” at Executive Development Program by The Asia-Pacific Institute of Business, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK-APIB)

The Roborn team shared “Techanization”  at  「Mini-MBA」 course co-organized by the Asia-Pacific Business Institute of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a listed group company

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TVB: 5G Change Our Lives Working Title

Roborn ME3 robot up to 1.8 meters high with flexible and dexterous finger movements is controlled by the lightweight motion detection technology and algorithm system. Through human body movement, user can directly control the robot to realize human-machine cooperation and virtual interaction.

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SCMP: Dream machines

Eden Lu Li-han and Mark Mak Hin-yu both are the Co-founder of Roborn, they have built robots with sophisticated motion control systems. Although Eden is not a tech guy, He has developed his own ideas about robots, and he thought of some mechanical products including a temperature-checking model designed to combat Covid-19 and a UV detection robot that can extend its range by transforming.

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Heinrich Böll Stiftung Hong Kong: Digital Life under Covid-19 and beyond: A Video on Asian Innovators in HealthTech

This article takes a closer look at some examples of HealthTech companies and startups in the Asia Pacific region who have addressed the Covid-19 pandemic with their solutions. The mentioned innovators were part of a video on HealthTech in the series “Digital life under Covid-19 and beyond” produced by Heinrich-Boell-Stiftung’s Hong Kong office for the ‘Tech and Covid-19’ project that analyses global digital trends during the pandemic.

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