Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2021 visitors probably came across OrionStar’s 5G Robotic Coffee Master as it served up piping hot beverages at Qualcomm Technologies’ booth. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System, this master barista can make up to 1,000 cups of coffee every day, or three times faster than a human can. To reach this level of expertise, it underwent 3,000 hours of AI learning, 30,000 hours of robotic arm testing and machine vision training. Read more for two videos and additional information.
OrionStar plans to make full utilization of 5G as China quickly moves to deploy its network, with 718,000 5G base stations established thus far, accounting for 70% of the global share. Cloud robotics is one of the sectors that will benefit from the global 5G rollout. Unfortunately (or fortunately), there’s no word yet on when the Robotic Coffee Master will make its way stateside.
- HEALTHIER CHOICE - Uses hot-air popping method so no oil required. It makes popcorn a perfect snack for the whole family.
- EASY OPERATION - Add kernels into the main chamber using the provided measuring cup, turn on the unit and watch the magic happen through the transparent cover!
- HIGH EFFICIENCY - Pops evenly and quickly, with up to a 98% popping rate. Unique channel ensures constant hot air to pop about as quickly as a microwave (2-3 minutes).
- EASY TO CLEAN - Wash the removable popping chute, cup, and lid with soap and water and clean the outside of the machine with a damp cloth, if needed.
- THATS NO MOON - Top cover doubles as a serving bowl; Just remove from the base and flip it over.
OrionStar’s robot products embedded with Qualcomm Technologies’ solutions exemplify how both 5G and AI can provide immersive experiences for customers through robotics, while also enabling smarter efficiencies for multiple verticals and industries. Qualcomm Technologies’ robotics platforms and solutions are leading the way in the creation and enablement of powerful, secure, and intelligent robots, reshaping the way the world thinks about, utilizes and interacts with robotics technologies,” said Dev Singh, senior director, business development, and general manager of robotics, drones and intelligent machines at Qualcomm Technologies.