Segway-Ninebot to launch new robotic mower, e-scooter, other products at CES 2024

Segway-Ninebot's expected launch of new products and business strategies at the CES 2024 comes as the company is on an aggressive campaign to globalize its operations and grab a bigger market share.

Segway-Ninebot (九号公司), a short-distance mobility and service robotics company, plans to introduce its new-generation mowing robot and e-scooter at the upcoming CES 2024.

In addition to the scheduled new releases, the Beijing-based firm is also poised to announce its foray into a new segment of short-haul mobility, although it has yet to disclose the details.

The new robotic mower will make its debut with major breakthroughs in key aspects compared to its predecessors, according to Segway-Ninebot, without specifying.

It is among hundreds of Chinese companies that flocked to Las Vegas this year to set up booths and showcase their exhibits at one of the most important tech extravaganzas across the globe, to be held January 9 to 12.

Segway-Ninebot’s expected launch of new products and business strategies at CES 2024 comes as the company is on an aggressive campaign to globalize its operations and grab a bigger market share.

Some of its other exhibits include the Nova Carter AMR robotic chassis that it developed together with Nvidia, Cube Series portable power stations, Gokart Pro 2 and a couple of other short-haul mobility and robotic products.

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Ni Tao is the founder and editor-in-chief of cnrobopedia. Prior to cnrobopedia, he had a full decade of experience with a major state-run English-language newspaper as a tech reporter and opinion writer. He is also a communications specialist, having provided consultancy services to established firms like Siemens, Philips, ABinBev, Diageo, Trip.com Group (Nasdaq: TCOM, HK: 9961), Jianpu Technology (NYSE: JT) and a handful of domestic startups. A graduate of Fudan University, he writes widely about China's business and tech scenes and other topics for global publications including South China Morning Post, SupChina, The Diplomat, CGTN, Banking Technology, among others, and tries to impart his experience to students at Fudan University Journalism School, where he is a part-time lecturer. When he's not writing about robotics, you can expect him to be on his beloved Yanagisawa saxophones, trying to play some jazz riffs, often in vain and occasionally against the protests of an angry neighbor. Get in touch with him by dropping a line at nitao0927@gmail.com.

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