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ITRI, Taiwan’s largest and one of the world’s leading high-tech applied research institutions, will exhibit its innovations in AI, robotics, ICT and health tech at Consumer Electronics Show 2022.

Among the ITRI innovations on exhibition are:

The RGB-D AI Robot, a CES 2022 Innovation Awards honoree, is the first collaborative robot that integrates a smart 3D vision module as a built-in standard for high-precision object recognition and pick-and-place operation. The 3D camera and MEMS laser scanning projector, along with AI training data auto-labeling technology, allows the robot to quickly learn through visually acquired data and perform hand-eye coordination skills. This innovation can be applied to human-robot collaboration in both manufacturing and service sectors.

The Interactive Time Machine creates a unique 3D interactive avatar and experience combining a user’s motion, 3D model, and display in real time. The machine forms a metaverse for avatars to interact with players in real time. 3D/2D image sensors detect the facial features and body movements of the player to create a younger-looking 3D avatar based on an AI architecture.

ITRI’s Ultra Low Power AI Accelerator develops the computing-in-memory (CIM) architecture which carries the outstanding computing efficiency of AI chips (>1000 TOPs/W @1 bit). It can handle variant data movements with high efficiency and low power consumption, providing unlimited application in AI environments.

The 5G O-RAN RIC is a 5G network management system consisting of an open radio access network (O-RAN) based 5G RAN intelligent controller (RIC) and an element management system (EMS). The RIC includes both non-real time (non-RT) and near-real time (near-RT) RICs. The non-RT RIC collects the RAN information and predicts network behavior through machine learning. The near-RT RIC automatically adjusts the radio resource management (RRM) to the RAN and prevents quality of experience (QoE) from being reduced by the predicted results of the non-RT RIC. The EMS orchestrates managed elements (near-RT RIC, O-CU, O-DU, and O-RU).

The exhibition will take place between January 5 to January 8, 2022.  It is also available virtually via


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