ONE Technologies has signed an exclusive agreement to represent the personal...

ONE Technologies has signed an exclusive agreement to represent the personal...
ONE Technologies has signed an exclusive agreement to represent the personal...

ONE Technologies announces today the establishment of ONE Robotix, a dedicated division that will work to develop and distribute robot-based technological solutions to the Israeli market. The new division will be headed by Oded Tahori, director of innovation at ONE. Meanwhile, ONE Robotix has signed an agreement with the international robotics company Temi Global, led by Yossi Wolf, for the exclusive representation of the personal robot temi in Israel.

ONE decided to invest in and develop the field of robotics in response to the social distance caused by the corona plague, and the need to strengthen digital solutions that will make personal services accessible and bridge the human gap. The agreement with Temi Global is part of ONE’s strategic move to expand its services in the field of robotics, for the corporate sector in Israel.

ONE Robotix is ​​currently developing the first application for the business sector of the robot temi, an importer of Toyota in Israel, for the service and sales system in showrooms. A number of additional pilots are conducted in leading business companies in the retail, automotive, nursing homes, and education and training sectors.

The temi personal robot knows how to identify its owner, follow it and perform various tasks without the need to use a keyboard or touch screen. The robot, which has won international innovation awards, is powered by voice instructions and hand gestures, and includes the ability to identify obstacles and route planning.

Temi’s robot is also used as a personal assistant, and in the corporate market it is used for a variety of purposes in organizations from many industry sectors. Every month, over a thousand units of the robot are manufactured and delivered worldwide. In Israel, there are already about forty temi robots in nursing homes and hospitals, and ONE Robotix is ​​preparing to develop the field.

Oded Tahori, CEO of ONE Robotix of the ONE Technologies Group: “ONE’s advanced capabilities in software development and complementary solutions will enable it to adapt Temi Global’s robots to the unique needs of business organizations in a variety of sectors, and create a dedicated solution that will march its customers into the age of advanced robotics.”

Tahori added that “in the next two years we expect to sell about a thousand robots and complementary services in Israel, which will generate revenues of about NIS 20 million. In the first phase we will focus our activities in the corporate market, The portfolio of the ONE Robotix division for products and robotics services of other suppliers, with the aim of leading the robotics services industry in Israel. “

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