Guardforce AI Expands its Robotics-as-a-Service Business

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asked Jul 13, 2022 in 3D Segmentation by freeamfva (39,060 points)

Guardforce AI Expands its Robotics-as-a-Service Business

an integrated security solutions provider, announced today that it has opened new offices in Tokyo, Japan and San Francisco, California, expanding its Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) business lines in these two markets. The Company’s robotics solutions offering in these two locations will include the T-series robot for reception services, food delivery robots, and disinfection robots for restaurants, shopping malls and hotels.To get more news about Robotics as a Service, you can visit official website.

Terence Yap, Chairman of Guardforce AI, commented, “Opening offices in Tokyo and San Francisco mark important milestones as these two markets represent significant opportunities for our RaaS business line. With increasing labor costs and the aging population, in Japan alone automated robotic services are expected to double from 2020 to 2026. In addition, San Francisco is a well-known tech hub with high quality technology engineers and renowned technology research centers, making it the perfect location to set up our RaaS operations to attract talent and build a comprehensive technology ecosystem surrounding our RaaS solutions. We are rapidly expanding in key markets globally to meet the growing needs of our clients and partners with the goal of becoming a leading provider of RaaS services worldwide.”
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