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A new AI system will enable multiple robots to recognize people. A Japanese company has developed an AI system that makes it possible for multiple moving robots to identify people whose images have been uploaded in advance.
This new ability was examined during a pilot test in which images sent from robots in various locations within an event space were analyzed and compiled in the cloud using an AI engine. By utilizing the AI system, robots could identify specific people from camera images sent by various types of robots and to perform cloud-based confirmation. According to eenewseurope.com, The test also demonstrated that people’s locations could be pinpointed by using the positions of the robots.
TransBots is a digital twin solution developed by Toppan that uses virtual reality (VR) and computer vision (CV) technologies for remote, central management and control of multiple types of service robots. “Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, Japan was looking at ways to reduce the workload for nursing and care services, including the use of robots,” said Tomoichiro Shibue, deputy head of Toppan’s Business Innovation Center. “TransBots can facilitate the use and control of robots for diverse services in healthcare settings and the results of this pilot test will enable us to refine the solution towards practical implementation.”
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