Segway has once again been showcasing their Segway Loomo Robot at this year’s CES 2018 technology show providing a further look at the new two wheeled robot which was unveiled back in 2016. The Loomo Robot is powered by Google’s Android operating system and Segway will enable third-party developers to be able to add new applications and functionality to the robots range of skills in the near future.
Segway is also currently developing an enterprise version of the small robot which will be called Loomo Go capable of pulling a small storage wagon behind it enabling it to trans port goods either around a shop floor or manufacturing plant and capable of handling up to a 100KG or 200 lb payload. Watch the video below to learn more about its design and skill set. The Segway Loomo Robot is also equipped with depth sensing, face recognition and person tracking technology enabling it to manoeuvre autonomously from one location to another.
Segway is hoping to make the robot available to purchase in the next couple of months but no information on pricing or availability of been confirmed as yet by Segway. As soon as more specifications or details are announced by Segway we will keep you up-to-date as always.