Rice Robotics is building the software and hardware infrastructure to help the next generation of businesses deploy autonomous robots at scale.
We serve across Asia
Our journey so far
Why Rice Robotics
Our robots can operate elevators and turnstiles to deliver to multiple floors. One way we do this is through Schindler's API.
Our robots navigate via SLAM, utilising LiDAR, depth cameras and ultrasound sensors to avoid obstacles and operate smoothly in dynamic environments.
Select one of our existing apps or use our API to build custom apps suiting your specific needs.
Securely delivering fresh coffee to medical supplies and documents. All our robots are fully autonomous, navigating and charging without help.
27 x 36 x 22 cm storage
Keeping you safe by vaporising sterilising fluid. Comes with the same autonomous features as Rice, so you can disinfect vast areas with one device, with the press of a button.
8 hours of continuous operation
Adjustable vaporisation strength
Security & Patrol
Portal guides customers during the day and patrols at night at malls like Hysan Place, offices like the Lee Gardens, as well as hospitals. As a taller robot, it’s easy for customers to interact with the robot via the touchscreen. It also has a front and back camera for streaming and recording video footage.
Stream & record video
Detect water spillage
Track air quality
Measure body temperature
Customers can initiate help desk calls
Guide customers with interactive directory
Monitor and control robots from the ease of your desktop or mobile phone. Keep track of the location, battery charge and other critical data about each robot in real-time. Move the robot from one location to another, trigger an emergency stop or assign tasks on RiceCore.
Rice Robotics at Science Cafe
We were invited to the soft opening of Science Cafe. We had a wonderful time sharing alongside the Director of the Hong Kong Science Museum, Paulina Chan.
Rice Robotics at SuperMatter's Insiders' Series
We were recently invited to a panel discussion between Hong Kong startups, corporates, and government representatives at the second edition of SuperMatter's Insiders' Series.
Rice Robotics in the First Cohort of CCG Accel
We were accepted into the first cohort of the CCG Accel to collaborate with the Chinachem Group. You will see our Portal robot in Central Market soon!