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Asus Will Debut Home Care Robot in 2015

By Vincent Wang
Published: Jun 16,2014

TAIPEI, Taiwan — “Smart home will be an important roadmap of Asus, and cloud, robot are two development strategies.” said Jonathan Tzeng, Vice Chairperson of Asus. “We have been devoting in robot research and development, the first home care robot would be unveiled in 2015.”

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Jonathan Tzeng, the Asus' backstage driving force of developing cloud computing for 8 years, which is mainly focused on cloud computing system and application software that are suitable for big data.

Once he was worried if Asus is too late to step into the field, but now 80 percent of big online cloud service in Taiwan are Asus platform users, including Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), National Taiwan University, and many of the financial holdings. Accumulating 30 million personal users worldwide.

Taiwan is turning into a ageing society, Asus' robot is the solution of solving the shortage of human resource for home care service. Asus' robot is capable of voice recognition, now integrating with Da Vinci laboratory's preschool robot and AGAiT Technology's monitoring robot in Q3 and Q4, and to establish automative home unit.

However, speaking to the children and senior citizen is totally different so there would be robot for talking or telling stories to children, robot for accompanying senior citizen. These functions would be a demonstration of Asus' voice recognition.

Home monitoring is also another key factior of developing automative home. The stability of current home monitoring sysytems could be better, so that Asus's home monitoring system would verify if the alert is true or false, then deciding to send the message to users or not.

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