At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 in Las Vegas, Kepler Exploration Robot Co. (Kepler) unveiled its revolutionary Kepler Forerunner series of general-purpose humanoid robots.
Presented at this year’s CES, the new Kepler Forerunner series is the company’s latest development in the field of humanoid robots. This series includes Kepler’s patented planetary screw drive, intelligent movable arm, and NEBULA system, which allows the robot to be used in various scenarios and on various collaboration platforms. The software that underpins the patented NEBULA system enables the robot to interact with its environment in real time, including visual, auditory, and sensory perception.
Mr. Hu, co-founder of Kepler, noted that the global market for humanoid robots has reached a tipping point. That is why, in addition to presenting its achievements, the company also announced that Kepler plans to start mass production of its humanoid robots in the second half of 2024 with an estimated market value of USD 20,000 to 30,000, thus positioning itself as an industry leader.