RoboAds unveils ‘RoboSignage’, world's first mobile advertising robot


RoboAds, a Dubai based company that is developing a new breed of telepresence and advertising robots, has announced the development of next-gen advertising robots by integrating digital signage, AI, and robots under a single platform.

RoboSignage is the first commercial robot developed by RoboAds primarily for indoor advertising and telepresence. The robot may be used in public places like malls, tradeshows, airports, metros and other areas experiencing high traffic.  

While moving around, the robot displays advertising and permits potential customers to connect to the customer service representatives through a remote virtual video call.

Elaborating further on the features of RoboSignage, it comes with four, 55-inch digital screens in 4K resolution. The robots can automatically navigate or be teleoperated by a PTZ camera that transmits video in real time. The mobile solution is also equipped with skid-steering and omnidirectional kinematic based on 4 high power motor wheels.  

Reportedly, each wheel combines a brushless motor with an extremely precise odometer sensor. RoboSignage utilizes ROS open architecture and is equipped with two lidar scanners that helps the robot get past obstacles when being used in mobility mode.  

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