SoftBank Robotics Expands Partnership With Zora Bots

SoftBank Robotics and Zora Bots have reached an agreement to expand their partnership. Designed and developed to universalize the use of humanoid robots, the Zora solution will now be available worldwide, facilitating the use of NAO in a considerable number of domains.


The humanoid robot created by SoftBank Robotics and equipped with the Zora
solution is already working alongside healthcare teams, performing various feats and providing new kinds of support throughout the world. In hospitals, treatment centres, nursing homes and care centres, this small robot just under 58 cm tall has been adopted as a working tool that makes it possible to improve patient care significantly.

Over 10,000 NAO have already been sold in almost 70 countries. This strategic rapprochement between the two companies should make it possible for NAO to attract an even wider audience. In retail, hospitality, education and other sectors, NAO equipped with the Zora solution is the ideal companion for carrying out repetitive tasks such as reception services, providing information (product/services catalogues, school
exercises, events agendas) and leading activities. It is also perfect for offering opportunities for interaction unique to all individual user groups
such as clients, students and colleagues.


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