Latest service technology on display at industry fair
Robots, 8K video and new AI products are shining during the ongoing China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) event, China’s top level service exhibition and conference held in Beijing.
Thirty robots from OrionStar, a service robot firm invested by Cheetah Mobile, are being used at the event. They are guiding visitors, displaying event information and selling products like coffee.
Over 7,000 similar service robots have been deployed in 887 shopping malls in 32 cities nationwide. More robots are used in medical organizations, tourism sites, libraries, schools and various public sites, said OrionStar.
Also during the event, US-based chip giant Qualcomm and Chinese National Geography announced cooperation to use smartphones with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform to shoot high-definition videos of Chinese wildlife to awaken public awareness of wildlife protection.
Some of the high definition videos are being played on screens of BOE, China’s biggest display panel maker.
BOE is launching new display products and services for smart education, home appliance and education, including an interactive digital blackboard.
Also during the CIFTIS, Chinese national researchers announced a partnership with firms such as SenseTime, iFlyTek and Huawei on adopting more AI techs in broadcasting industry.