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LG’s Advanced Robotics Lab Collaborates with Roboticist Dr. Dennis Hong

The field of robotics has been growing rapidly over the past few years, and we are starting to see its commercialization, from robotic arms to cleaning robots. Another example would be LG’s family of CLOi service robots that provide reliable and contactless support in the field of healthcare and human-robot hospitality.

Roboticist Dr. Dennis Hong
Image: LG

LG aims to continuously develop its diverse range of robots through the tireless pursuit of customer-driven innovation and collaboration that will help make the lives of consumers and the industry much easier. To take a step closer to that reality, LG’s advanced robotics lab announced its collaboration last year with Dr. Dennis Hong to help push the capabilities of its robotic sector even further.

Improving the robotics industry

With Dr. Hong’s expertise in robot locomotion and manipulation, autonomous vehicles, and humanoid robots, he and LG have been working very closely since then to develop solutions for the logistics industry locally and globally. With this collaboration, the company hopes to expand the reach of its robotics technology while having Dr. Hong’s insight positively influence the business in the long run.

This is not the first time LG and Dr. Hong have collaborated with each other. In 2021 the company even helped establish a program for RoMeLa. Apart from that, the company has been actively engaged in several educational initiatives designed to enhance the expertise of its dedicated team of researchers. This way, the competitiveness in the ever-growing and fast-moving field of robotics can continue to flourish.

Dr. Dennis Hong
Image: LG

LG’s line of service bots includes GuideBot, ServeBot, ChefBot, and UVBot. These robots are a great example of how diverse and useful these autonomous innovations can be. With Dr. Hong on board, the company aims to keep pushing the boundaries of robotics to improve the way we complete tasks and our quality of life in general.

Photo credit: The images used are owned by LG and have been provided for press usage.

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Taseer Haider
Taseer Haider
Tech Journalist

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