Company Spotlight

Yujin Robot

Established in March, 1988, Yujin Robot is a South Korean robotics company that researches and develops intelligent service robots that add convenience to everyday life.

Yujin Robot
Namseong Plaza Rm #1214
130, Digital-ro
Geumcheon-gu, Seoul
Korea, South

Established in March, 1988, Yujin Robot is a robot-specialized company that researches and develops intelligent service robots that add convenience to everyday life.
Based in Seoul’s Gasan Digital Complex, South Korea’s biggest IT centre, Yujin Robot was founded with the goal of creating intelligent robots that help humanity.
Yujin’s service robot products include the ‘Iclebo’, cleaning robot; ‘Irobi Q’, the world’s first network education robot for kids; ‘Robosam’, a robot for foreign language education as well as robots for conducting dangerous work, eldercare robots and more.
Yujin Robot aims to lead the future of Korea’s robot industry by improving the quality of service robots and conducting continuous development of robotics technology.


Yujin Robot News, Products & Resources
Yujin iClebo POP Robot Vacuum
The Yujin iClebo POP robot vacuum uses a 3-step cleaning process consisting of an initial random mode followed by a whirling mode that focuses on fine dust particles and areas of higher need, and concludes with a corner mode that covers the perimeter of the room.

Yujin iClebo Arte Robot Vacuum
The Yujin iClebo Arte robot vacuum not only vacuums floors, but it also mops floors, picking up dirt and debris that tries to stick to many floors. With smart navigation and 15 sensors to guide it, it can choose the best course of cleaning and knows to slow down when approaching walls and furniture.


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