Many countries face the challenge of an aging population, leading to a reduction in labor supply and labor costs. Therefore, various enterprises are actively promoting industrial automation, and the application scenarios of robots are increasing day by day, which promotes the continuous progress and innovation of robot technology. After the COVID-19 epidemic, more companies hope to develop robot products to quickly occupy the market quickly.

For mobile robots, the base is the key to realizing the autonomous movement of the robot. The robot’s localization, navigation, and obstacle avoidance functions are all concentrated in the field of the robot base. In order to quickly realize the development of robots from zero to one and seize market opportunities, many companies choose to use mature base products already on the market.

SLAMTEC is the first company to launch robot base products and has already occupied most of the market share. At present, they have ZEUS, Apollo, Athena1.0, Athena2.0, and other base products. In particular, the newly launched robot base Hermes received dozens of pre-orders as soon as they were launched, which shows the industry’s recognition of the SLAMTEC base.

In the corner of your office, furniture such as swivel lift bar chairs, low coffee tables with black thin legs, sofas, etc. is placed. The Hermes can quickly scan and avoid obstacles such as black objects, tables, and chairs with skinny legs, ensuring safe and efficient navigation. Its obstacle avoidance function is very reliable for complex office environments and provides convenience and guarantee for the operation of robots in small spaces. No matter what kind of obstacles it faces, the Hermes can quickly respond and avoid them, ensuring the stability and work efficiency of the robot.

As a rising star in the Base industry, Hermes also excels in load bearing, obstacle surmounting, and climbing performance. It has stable and reliable navigation and obstacle avoidance performance on flat ground and exhibits excellent walking performance when facing obstacles such as slopes and ridges.

The Hermes base can cope with a climbing ability of up to 16° and a ridge height of 20mm, which meets the needs of most application scenarios.

As the demand for robots continues to increase, secondary development based on the Hermes base will become the best strategy to reduce trial and error costs and quickly seize market opportunities. By choosing Hermes base as the development basis, you can quickly launch robot products that meet market demand and gain an advantage over the competition. For those companies eager to develop service robots, the Hermes base is undoubtedly the best choice.

Here are a few reasons to buy a Hermes base:

1. Advanced performance: The Hermes base has excellent performance in load-bearing, obstacle surmounting, climbing, etc., meeting the needs of various application scenarios.

2. Powerful navigation and obstacle avoidance capabilities: Hermes Base has superb navigation and obstacle avoidance functions, which can walk stably and quickly identify and avoid various obstacles.

3. Quick market launch: choose the Hermes Base as the basis for secondary development, and quickly launch robot products that meet market demand, save time and cost, and quickly seize market opportunities.

To sum up, if you want to quickly develop service robots and gain an advantage in the market competition, choosing the Hermes Base will be a wise choice. Its advanced performance, navigation obstacle avoidance ability, and multi-floor autonomous elevator function will bring excellent performance and flexibility to your robot products.


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