Zhen Robotics RoboPony,Zhen Robotics RoboWhale and Zhen Robotics RoboBat have now achieved autonomous driving operations in indoor environments, parks and some city roads, day and night, mixed pedestrian and vehicle traffic, in full scenarios, and fully automated driving without human intervention in complex scenarios such as heavy rain, snow and peak commuting times.
Outdoor all-terrain adaptability, six-wheel independent suspension damping, single-wheel ground clearance of 15cm, 360° in-situ steering, maximum load of 100kg, speed up to 3km/h-10km/h.
With dual AI positioning and obstacle avoidance systems of vision and LIDAR, dual sensing of the environment, dual system redundancy and interchangeability to achieve 12-hour full-time operation and ultra-high accuracy for safe obstacle avoidance.
The unmanned delivery local network has been built through a high-speed, real-time closed loop with zero human intervention, based on hundreds of dimensional feature data to form intelligent dispatching and intelligent planning, and tens of thousands of deliveries have been completed.
Has the ability to interact with the lift to achieve hailing, lighting and delay functions, which are delivered to the door of the user's unit through cloud-based communication with the lift system to achieve accurate delivery of the last 1m.
The manufacturing site integrates production and quality control, with comprehensive quality, cost and delivery, lean production management and assembly line capacity guarantees.
The 6,000 square metre full-scope test and test environment simulates a more rigorous terrain for performance experiments and testing to ensure the correct selection of core components and factory yields.
The products have passed nearly 70 reliability tests for mass production using all major testing standards, further enhancing the mass production line with industrial and automotive production lines.
Zhen Robotics indoor and outdoor general-purpose small mobile robots benefit from 5G transmission, enabling remote operation, automatic and collaborative driving, supporting frequent information exchange between the outdoor small robot control system and the cloud-based system at peak transmission rates of 10 Gbit/s. In small mobile robot decoupling applications, the robot is controlled by a remote operator with RTT latency of less than 10 ms, allowing the system to receive and execute commands at human-perceived speeds, and 5G networks meet this need. Supported by the ultra-low latency of 5G (less than 10 milliseconds), the robot's real-time control signals for steering, acceleration and braking are guaranteed, ultimately achieving an operational target of over 2000 km MPI (Miles Per Intervention) for the robot.