Robooter X and E Series Are Revolutionizing Mobility with Advanced Ergonomics and Technology

Robooter Showcases Innovative Power Wheelchair X40 at CES

Robooter, a leading autonomous mobility device manufacturer, showcased its innovative power wheelchair, the X40, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 in Las Vegas. This event, with 3275 exhibitors, is an important platform for companies like Robooter to display their products. The X40, a semi-outdoor, electrically foldable wheelchair, has won an IF Design award and features omnidirectional wheels, remote control, and adjustable speed for safety. It’s designed for smooth operation on various surfaces, offering ample legroom and a long-lasting battery for easy navigation.

In addition to the X40, Robooter introduced the E Series in 2023, further diversifying its product range. The E Series focuses on indoor and outdoor adaptability for the elderly and people with disabilities. The E40 indoor foldable wheelchair is user-friendly, with a two-step folding mechanism and ergonomic design. For outdoor use, the E60 series includes models with large omnidirectional wheels and shock-absorbing springs, ideal for navigating complex terrains and fitting easily into car trunks for travel.

Robooter emphasizes its commitment to the U.S. market through partnerships and participation in events like CES. CEO Jiangguo Li highlighted the company’s mission of using AI and robotics to enhance the lives of people with lower limb disabilities, promoting ‘compassionate technology.’ Robooter’s products, such as the X40 and E Series, exemplify this philosophy. The company’s integration of smart infrastructure, AI, and machine vision in its autonomous mobility solutions redefines accessibility and the user experience, advancing the way the world connects and interacts.

Learn more about the X40 and E40 by watching the videos below and visiting Rebooter’s website.

Source: Rebooter

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