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NaviRobot LLC

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    • NaviRobot LLC Company profile Roboservice platform developer and operator Service robots developer Roboservices developer Robotics R&D center Moscow December 2013
    • A gallery of disruptive technologies by McKinsey Global Institute Notes on sizing: These economic impact estimates are not comprehensive and include potential direct impact of sized applications only. They do not represent gross domestic product or market size (revenue), but rather economic potential, including consumer surplus. 2
    • Service robots trends Market trends Robot application field growth – exceeding the limits of scientific, military and industrial applications; full functional commercial and consumer mass-market robots appearing; functional integration with other technical systems («smart house», ERP etc.) Global manufacturers competition growth – increase in the number of robotics solutions developing companies; developing and production growth while reducing of components cost and final product price Technology trends Mechatronics, electronics and cybernetics development – miniaturization; progressive computing power growth while reducing of the size and power consumption; machine vision and voice recognition technologies; brain-to-machine interfaces for mental control Artificial intelligence technologies development – artificial neural networks; self-learning and skills sharing; objects and people identification and autonomous interaction Information technologies and software services development – vast amounts of information in global networks, "Internet of things", "cloud robotics“, WEB service platforms, online app stores, open tools for content development Social trends Technologic and service processes robotization – human factor minimizing; replacing humans in various areas of work; automation of routine, dangerous, labor and other human activities Robot socialization – positive attitudes to the presence of robots in an everyday life (robotic household appliances, promo-robots, telepresence robots, edutainment robots, wearable robots); adapting of the environment (micro-tags on the objects, architectural and planning solutions) Explosive growth in production and mass sales of service robots is coming. Personal robots are no longer a science fiction! Telepresence is “The Next Big Thing”!
    • Definition of Service Robots According to ISO-Standard 8373:2012 which had been introduced by UNECE and IFR: A robot is an actuated mechanism programmable in two or more axes with a degree of autonomy from partial autonomy (including human-robot interaction or even full teleoperation) to full autonomy (ability to perform intended tasks based on current state and sensing, without active human intervention), moving within its environment, to perform intended tasks. A service robot (according to its intended application) is a robot, that performs useful tasks for humans or equipment excluding industrial automation application and that may be equipped with a mobile platform and/or an arm structure (manipulator). A personal service robot or a service robot for personal use is a service robot used for a non-commercial task, usually by private persons. A professional service robot or a service robot for professional use is a service robot used for a commercial or special tasks and usually operated by a trained operator. 4
    • Why invest in robots? ABI Research (Consumer Robotics Market study) The global personal robots market will grow up to $18 billion in 2015 The consumer robots market was $1.6 billion in 2012, dominated by the task and entertainment applications, it will explode to $6.5 billion in 2017 with significant growth of security / telepresence. The military robotics market will exceed $8 billion by 2016; Global Analytics and Forecasts: The global service robotics market was valued at $18.39 billion in 2011, reached $20.73 billion in 2012 and expected to be $46.18 billion by 2017 at an estimated CAGR of 17.4% from 2012 to 2017. The personal robotics industry had attracted in 2012 more than $160 million venture investments Korea has been investing $100M per year (2002-2012) into robotics research and education (21st Century Frontier Program). The European Commission has been investing $600M into robotics and cognitive systems (7th Framework Programme). According to the Horizon 2020 program that investment will be completed by another $900M for manufacturing and robotics. Japan is investing $350M over the next 10 years in humanoid robotics, service robotics, and intelligent environments. This year (2013), Google has acquired no fewer than 8 robotics firms to make a «robot revolution» (Boston Dynamics, Meka, Industrial Perception, Redwood Robotics, Schaft, Holomni, plus the startups Bot&Dolly and Autofuss). 5
    • Service robots sales statistics by IFR About 3 million units of service robots for personal and domestic use (including vacuum cleaning, lawn-mowing, entertainment, toys, hobby systems, education and research) were sold in 2012 (20% more than in 2011).  Total sales value increased to $1.2 billion  The sales value of almost 2 million units of domestic robots of all types sold in 2012 reached $697 million (53% more than in 2011).  About 1.1 million units of entertainment robots with sales value of $524 million were sold in 2012 (29% more than in 2011). Most of companies (especially Asian) offer mass and low-priced "toy robots“, but much more sophisticated products are emerging increasingly. In the next 3 years sales of service robots are expected to grow by several times! Source: World Robotics 2013 6
    • Sales projections for 2013-2016 by IFR:  22 million units of service robots for personal use to be sold 15.5 million units domestic robots of all types ($5.6 billion of sales value) 3.5 million units of low-priced toys and hobby systems 15 000 humanoid robots will be sold per year by 2015  3 million robots for education and research to be sold  6,400 units of robots for elderly and handicap assistance to be sold This market will increase substantially within the next 20 years  94,800 new professional service robots to be installed Total sales value - $17.1 billion 28,000 units of robots for defense applications 7
    • Forecast for 2025 by McKinsey Global Institute: Advanced robotics has the potential to affect $6.3 trillion in labor costs globally. Cloud Technology has the potential to improve productivity across $3 trillion in global enterprise IT spending, as well as enabling the creation of new online products and services for billions of consumers and millions of businesses alike. The application of advanced robotics across health care, manufacturing and services could generate a potential economic impact of $1.7 to $4.5 trillion per year by 2025. By 2025, it is possible that very advanced robots with a high level of machine intelligence and other capabilities could be available for $50,000 to $75,000 or less. $200 billion to $500 billion in economic impact could arise from the use of timesaving household service robots. From 4% to 8% of commercial service worker tasks in developing countries (7-12% in developed economies), could be automated across occupations such as food preparation, health care, commercial cleaning and elder care by 2025. To achieve this 2.5 million to 8 million advanced robots would be necessary, requiring an estimated investment of $200 billion to $400 billion globally by 2025. 8
    • Explosive growth of the service robots market in Russia (forecast for 2015…2020) We are on the threshold of the emergence of a new industry that is comparable in scale to the automotive and telecom markets. 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Robot customer value Total cost of robot ownership Already in the next few years the demand for service robots in Russia will grow up to 105 - 106 units per year 9
    • Goals & objectives  to build a leading commercial service robots development company  creating of useful and innovative products for personal and commercial purposes  to become first Roboservice Operator  providing services to users of robots and smart household appliances  selling the platform itself as a complete business solutions  to establish a leading R&D-center in service robotics  making top-innovative researches, creating technologies and developing standards  to become an active driver of commercial robotics market in Russia  performing marketing activities to develop market infrastructure 10
    • Main activities of NaviRobot  Roboservice Operator Platform development and commercialization operator activity – providing services on basis of subscription fee; “turn-key” platform business solution sales; providing API to third-party developers; Robot-as-a-Service;  Development and sales of various service robots smart sensors and micro-bots; edutainment; telepresence; commercial and promo; robot-secretary;  Roboservices development and localization cloud apps, mobile and web services, communication modules, user interfaces, information and multimedia content;  R&D and Science artificial and swarm intelligence; Human-to-Machine Interface. 11
    • Strategic plan and Roadmap  2014 Q1: Investments attracting (venture funds, investors, strategic partners)  2014 Q2: Production, technological and human resource bases establishment, commercial products development start  2014 Q2 – 2015 Q2: Roboservice Operator Platform beta-version development  2014 Q2 – 2015 Q4: Service robots pre-production samples development  2016 Q1: ROP commercial release, operator business and robots sales start  2017: Self-sufficiency reaching  2018: Return of Investments Attracting investments 2013 Production facility 2014 ROP beta 2015 ROP & product line Robots samples 2016 Selfefficiency 2017 Return of Investments 2018 The project team is ready to move abroad for a long period upon request 12
    • Business models Product sales • Corporate sales of various own commercial service robots • Robot-As-A-Service (providing robots and robot-based solutions • Rental / Leasing (availability of expensive solutions for small and medium enterprises) • Branding (for large corporate customers) • Direct sales to end-users Roboservice Operator Platform • SaaS (providing services to robot owners under conditions of subscription fee by means of WEB-based operator platform) • Platform sales (a turn-key business solution to start operator business) • Implementation, integration and consulting • Franchising (development and selling of turnkey robotic businesses) 13 R&D and Support • Design and manufacture (service robots and other equipment) • Software development (services, platform modules, content) including “on demand” • Third-party content (localization and customization) • Providing R&D • After-sales services (installation, putting into operation)
    • Commercial products range Smart sensors and micro-bots Edutainment robots Telepresence robots Commercial & Promo Roboservice Operator Platform (ROP) * Products shown on the pictures belong to other companies and are represented here only to illustrate the analogues. ** The product line is going to be developed successively depending on investments 14 Assistant robots
    • Commercial products: Roboservice Operator Platform (ROP) Benefits:  First universal web-platform for connecting service robots and "smart" household appliances and providing services on basis of operator business-model (subscription fee).  The only system that constitutes a "turn-key" solution to establish an operator business and has all the necessary OSS/BSS tools;  Accelerated platform development due to external API for connecting manufacturers, third-party developers and content providers.  Integrating with existing ERP available for corporate clients.  Easy local and remote access to robots and services.  Unlimited possibilities of using service robots.  Broad prospects for commercialization. The project was approved by Skolkovo as satisfying of innovation priorities of IT cluster. Supporting letters received from the world leading robot developers and manufacturers (IIT, YujinRobot, FutureRobot, PAL Robotics, I Heart Engineering). 15
    • Cloud platforms and services market Market segments and target customers Business-models • End-users of personal service robots • “Smart” household appliances and home automation systems owners Subscription fee, SAAS B2B • Roboservice operators (robot manufacturers and distributors, content and services providers, telecom operators, event end exhibition organizers) • ROP components customers (for integration in corporate ERP and robot “fleet” management) Sales Licensing Franchising Development B2G • State agencies implementing robotics (EMERCOM, Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health) Customization Localization Integration • Customers of targeted educational courses, services and content Development Integration B2C B2A B2E ROP project has no direct competitors and analogs in functionality and business models, either in Russia or abroad. Closest foreign projects do not have Russian localization.
    • Commercial products: Smart sensors and micro-bots Affordable solution to make your house “smart”! Universal platform for various sensors: – fire, smoke or gas leak – water flood – smart sockets – automatic feeders for pets – home automation and mechanization – moisture and temperature of soil and air Multifunctional net controller – Personal account on web and apps for smartphone – Wireless collecting data from different type of sensors – Notifications and remote control (mobile app / SMS / web) – Status indication (LED / LCD) 17
    • Commercial products: Edutainment robots Secure and robust design for small children (height ~ 1m) Cute face with animated expressions (LCD with customizable friendly avatar) Two arms with grips (gestures and emotion expression; objects manipulation) Color touchscreen display (customizable online / offline multimedia content) HD video cameras (telepresence and objects recognition) Wheeled mobile platform (interactive movements and following) Ultrasonic, infrared and capacitive sensors (touch recognition; obstacles avoiding, impact and falling prevention; remote control) Innovative features and advantages Remote monitoring, control and content management (web and mobile access to personal account and cloud services) Autonomous indoor navigation (3D mapping; QR and BAR codes; IR marks; radio beacons) Autonomous behavior patterns (natural emotions and actions, life simulation) ASR + TTS (interactive educable chat-bot, natural voice commands) Smart interactions (with other robots, household appliances and smart sensors) Analogue* Education, Game and Entertainment modes (exercises, lessons and tutorials; logical, educational and active games (e.g. hide-and-seek); dancing and singing; interactive story telling) Accessories (dresses, toys, external devices, virtual options) * The closest analogue shown in the picture is iRobiQ from YujinRobot (S. Korea) 18
    • Commercial products: Telepresence robots Non-autonomous design, human height (~1.5 - 1.7m) HD camera, mic and speakers (video/audio data exchange) Powerful accumulator (for long autonomous operation) Auto-docking or battery hot swap Wheeled mobile platform Indoor / Outdoor modifications Innovative features Arms with grips and micro-cameras (for interaction with objects and environment) Various communication channels (Wi-Fi / BT / 3G / LTE / GPS / GLONASS) Options for objects carrying (shelf / box / basket) Analogues* Interconnectivity (with various equipment) * The closest analogue shown in the picture is AVA from iRobot (USA) and Double from Double Robotics (USA) 19
    • Commercial products: Commercial and promo robots Analogues* Autonomous and robust design (indoor / outdoor modifications) Human height (~1.5 - 1.7m) Several large touchscreen displays (for emotional face avatar and multimedia promo content) Kinect, HD camera, mic and speakers (for telepresence; face recognition; people detection and tracking) Various sensors (touch recognition; obstacles avoiding, impact and falling prevention) Full remote diagnosis and control (from web or smartphone app) Various wireless communication channels (Wi-Fi / BT / 3G / LTE / GPS / GLONASS) Powerful accumulator, auto-docking and battery hot swap (for 24/7 autonomous operation) Maneuverable wheeled mobile platform High-performance embedded PC Various options (body shell / branding design / customizable UI and content / manipulators / thermal printer / payment terminal / NFC reader) Innovative features Multilanguage ASR + TTS (educable chat-bot, natural voice command, content reading) Customers feedback and preferences collecting * The closest analogue shown in the picture is FURO-D and FURO-S from FutureRobot (S. Korea) 20
    • Commercial products: Assistant robots All advantages of commercial and promo robots + Hi-tech innovative features:  Automatic bi-directional voice translation (highly demanded commercial feature!)  Meeting logging (automatic multi-voice recognition)  Office and corporate software integration (email natural notifications, interactive files search and management)  Interactive schedule compiling and voice notifications  Automatic skype / phone / fax commutation  Natural interaction with office appliances (direct and network) Analogues* * The closest analogue shown in the picture is REEM from PAL Robotics (Spain) 21
    • R&D: MedBRo – telepresence robot with manipulator Description: universal telepresence robot prototype aimed for military and civil purposes, including search and rescue operations, demining etc. Features:        mobile platform based on TurtleBot 2 6 DOF manipulator MS Kinect for local navigation and objects identification 2 HD cameras 7” TFT display Laser pointer External digital equipment compatibility (remote IR thermometer, heart rate monitor, blood pressure meter, first aid kit) http://navirobot.ru/en/projects/medbro/ 22
    • R&D: Rhombicuboctahedron – multifunctional swarm robot Description: a prototype of a non-humanoid multifunctional robot with a form-factor of a “Rhombicuboctahedron” for using in swarm systems with distributed AI or as an individual droid Prototype readiness: 2014 Q4 Features:  unique form-factor;  18 limbs;  8 sensor blocks;  high moving speed and maneuverability;  removable quick release manipulators;  interconnectivity (creating a single mechanism) 23
    • Marketing: RobotExpo – Annual International Service Robotics Exhibition, Forum and Show Business direction: Marketing and PR, new business projects Date: May, 12-14th, 2014 Venue: EXPOCENTRE Fairgrounds, Moscow – largest exhibition venue in Russia! Features:      first large scale event in the field of non-industrial robotics for real business in Russia spectacular and creative event covering diverse commercial, scientific and technological areas round tables and seminars for developers and businessmen conferences for professionals Large show of robotic rock-band Compressorhead * NaviRobot – initiator and official expert partner of the event http://www.robotexpoforum.ru 24
    • Marketing: RoboLand – robotics amusement park Roboland – unique complex, inviting children and adults to take an unforgettable journey into the world of robots Features:      Main clusters: Interactive entertainment, education, exhibition, store Various entertainments (robots control, excursions with robot, robot orchestra, robocafe) Attractions (indoor, outdoor and open-air) Educational and recreational activities for youth (lectures, robotics club) Venue for exhibitions, conferences, competitions, tournaments, shows 25
    • Team Igor Kuznetsov, CEO Strategic and operational management of the NaviRobot Group, project management, product concepts development    12 years experience at executive positions in large telecommunications and telematics companies Successful experience in developing and bringing to market of SW products for commercial companies and state agencies Extensive experience in software platforms, applications and information systems development Alexander Kartashev Financial management , business planning       Experience in creation of new companies and businesses. Experience in the assessment of companies, projects, new businesses, start-ups and technologies in Russia and abroad. Experience in negotiating the purchase of companies, projects and start-ups. Experience in managing financial business processes in large companies: business planning, budgeting, financial control, cost control, financial reporting to shareholders. Broad general knowledge of the economic processes, especially in the high-tech sector. Knowledge of brands and products creation and promotion processes.
    • Team Andrey Novikov, CBDO Driving business growth, product line development, commercialization, marketing    Experience in marketing and product management of newly developed products (from consumer needs analysis and functionality formation to bringing to market and sales support & development) Project management of telematics operator web platforms development and implementation for the markets of India and UAE Building and maintaining high-level contacts with key partners. Kalmykov Dmitry, Head of Technical Maintenance Service HW&SW development, prototyping, IT and technical support    Robots assembling, adjustment and debugging Microcontrollers programming WEB-based solutions development Kaftan Daria, C++ developer Programming, debugging   Software development (roboservice applications, client/server modules, middleware) Third-party solutions integration (AI, TTS/ASR, Machine Vision, Autonomous Navigation etc.) 27
    • THANK YOU! NaviRobot LLC 2 Bld. 8A, 2nd Magistralnaya st., Moscow 123290 Tel., fax: +7 495 627-78-16 info@navirobot.ru www.navirobot.ru