Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC)’s Green Hall was opened on 30 May 2022 and Mr Wong Kam-sing, Secretary for the Environment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region was invited as the Guest of Honour at the opening ceremony. HKPC Green Hall showcases the latest green technologies and innovative solutions, thereby promoting the wide application of relevant technologies in the industry and sustainable development, so as to boost the development of Hong Kong into a world-class smart and green city, while fully supporting the HKSAR Government’s goal in accomplishing low-carbon transformation of Hong Kong economy, realising the vision of “Zero-carbon Emissions‧Liveable City‧Sustainable Development” and achieving carbon neutrality in Hong Kong’s Climate Action Plan 2050.
Roborn products on display at the Green Hall include Roborn 5G Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) Robot. This 5G-compatible robot is specially designed for indoor environmental quality improvement. It increases efficiency and effectiveness of IEQ data collection and centralization, saving time and manpower, to help better improve indoor environment for public health and work productivity. It is equipped with multiple IEQ sensors measuring data at check points regularly and with a 360° camera for live streaming to monitor the surroundings in real-time. There will be auto-alert when abnormal IEQ is detected.
Roborn Disinfection Robot FUTURE is also showcased at Green Hall. It can perform disinfection with both UVC and spraying mist disinfectant. The robot comes with autonomous navigation and obstacle avoidance.
On the day of the Green Hall’s grand opening, Roborn co-founder and CTO Mark Mak introduced Roborn’s products to Wong Kam-sing, Secretary for the Environment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.