The hospital logistics robot KINOX, developed independently by Bayes Robotics, is equipped with a full-stack multi-sensor fusion perception system. The product employs technologies such as laser navigation, 3D visual obstacle avoidance, multi-robot scheduling, intelligent sensing, and the Internet of Things (IoT). It enables autonomous in-hospital driving for fully automated delivery and mobile storage functions, replacing manual transportation of items such as medication, specimens, and IV bags. It meets the automated delivery needs of over 95% of the hospital’s items.
The ARUA series unmanned handling chassis, independently developed and designed by Bayes Robotics, is a dedicated hospital corridor transport robot chassis. It features a full-stack multi-sensor fusion perception system and utilizes technologies such as laser navigation, 3D visual obstacle avoidance, multi-robot scheduling, intelligent sensing, and the Internet of Things (IoT). It enables unmanned autonomous delivery and mobile storage, offering a scalable platform with load capacities ranging from 100kg to 500kg to meet the needs of various industries and scenarios. Additionally, it includes 360° panoramic laser navigation for safety, reliability, and strong scalability, with the ability to trace and control delivery information throughout the process.