The Social Care Robot

Diana Robot is state-of-the-art technology, utilising AI and machine learning to set routines, prompt and effectively engage in verbal communication with elderly people within a care setting.  The robot can be operated remotely, uses encrypted video conferencing to connect through voice command and will help to minimise social isolation and become ‘a companion’.

 Having the feature of social-cognitive intelligence, Diana robot has gained the ability to ensure a deep and meaningful connection with humans. Our efforts are currently in the research stage with the technology to be launched in 2020

Key Features

Advanced language recognition skills
Built-in AI chat
IoT enabled – For example, Diana Robot will use facial recognition or voice command features to open the door for the care worker. It can also turn the lights and television on and off using the same features.
Customisation ability to meet the differing cultural and care needs of every individual.
Telepresence enabled, Diana Robot uses voice command to make voice and video call to contacts.
Set morning routines, appointments and reminders for an enhanced automated daily schedule.
Shopping assistance to the user.
Calls assistance and emergency calls.
It has the ability to process facial and object recognition and tracking.
It is completely mobile.
Mobile and It can move 360 degrees for enhanced usage

Bon AI

Developing Sensible  AI Interactions

Our robots use cognitive architecture and tools based on Artificial intelligence developed by Bon AI. These supporting components help our robots in ensuring meaningful interaction with humans, simulating their personalities and go through individual evolution

We have a team of renowned scientists with immense expertise over Artificial Intelligence. This team of experts conducts advanced research to build the most fascinating and powerful robotics and AI platforms for research, media, and service applications

Why Social Care Robot?

According to Age UK, there are nearly 12 million people in the United Kingdom of age 65 or above. This figure is expected to hit 14 million by 2025 and a whopping 19 million by 2045. There is also a growing number of persons facing disability due to one or more long-term conditions.

A rapid growth in population, improved health care and sedentary lifestyles are blamed to be causing this severe situation.

In such a case when caring for older people with disabilities can cause significant pain to the local economy, it is essential to deal with the situation smartly. 

Bon Robotics is fully committed to the cause and uses innovation including advanced robotics and autonomous systems to put forward a positive development.

Ageing populations all over the globe are putting considerable pressure on health and social care systems. In order to provide some relief, our efficient and trained robots can contribute with guaranteed assistance to human caregivers in some tasks. We aim at helping to reduce the pressure in hospitals and care homes and improve care delivery at home through our competent robots with the latest and advanced technology.

Diana Robot

We believe developing ‘Diana’ robots that are aware of the need of the person they interact with and model their behaviour accordingly, will make them more acceptable to older people and their caregivers.

‘Diana’ robots are designed in a way that they are conveniently made aware of a person’s needs they are interacting with and model his behaviour accordingly.

We believe this invention will come as an acceptable assistant to older people and their caregivers.

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