On Tuesday, the massive South Korean tech company Naver announced that it will present the world’s first robot operating system (OS) built on a web platform.

Naver is participating in the “LEAP 2024” event this week in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, alongside other major international tech companies like Google, Apple, Meta Platforms, and AWS.

According to its representatives, the Korean company will showcase “ARC mind powered by Whale OS,” the first web platform-based robot operating system, at the event. This will assist robotics developers globally in creating a variety of robot services.

According to the Yonhap news agency, the ARC mind will enable the integration of current applications with robot services and feature a web application programming interface for the command, reasoning, and mobility of robots.

Naver stated that it intends to initially equip its robots with the ARC mind, which is lighter and faster than the original robot operating systems, and then develop an open ecosystem.

During the event, the company will also introduce a next-generation robot platform that it co-developed with Samsung Electronics.

Together, the two companies have combined Samsung’s semiconductor solutions, such as system on a chip and image sensors, with Naver’s OS and software solutions to create a robotics edge computing platform.

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