Twinny Robot

Our Story

About Us

Twinny Co.Ltd. is a company specialized at developing an autonomous driving robot software.
We are introducing the autonomous shopping cart 'JangBoGo' as our first commercial product.

We were graduate students studying autonomous mobile robots in KAIST.
We have created excellent research based on great teamwork.
We are continuing R&D in Twinny AI robot research center, aiming to develop commercially available robots in terms of performance and price.
We are introducing the autonomous shopping cart 'JangBoGo' as our first commercial product.
Please look forward to our next project, autonomous freight train 999.

Core Technology

  • 2D, 3D SLAM
  • Online Trajectory Planning in Dynamic Environment
  • Global Path Planning
  • Optimal Trajectory Planning
  • Optimal Control
  • Various Mobile Robot Platform-based Control
    (differential drive type, car-like type, omni-directional type)
  • Mobile Manipulator Control

History

  • 2019.01 Participation in CES 2019 with JangBoGo
  • 2018.11 Autonomous cart, JangBoGo, launch
  • 2018.04 Investment attraction (from Autech group, about 1 million USD)
  • 2018.01 Establishment of affiliated research institute (Twinny Robotics Lab.)
  • 2017.09 Mobile messenger, MoiGo, launch
  • 2017.02 Investment attraction (from KEIT Entrepreneurship, about 0.3 million USD)
  • 2016.02 Establishment of affiliated research institute (Twinny Mobile Service Platform Lab.)
  • 2015.09 corporation establishment

Members

  • Hongseok Cheon, CEO
    (KAIST, Electrical and Electronic Engineering PhD, Robotics Research)
  • Youngseok Cheon, CEO
    (Korea University, Bachelor of Business graduate, Worked for SME Promotion Corporation)
  • Seul Lee (KAIST, Graduate School of Culture Technology Master Graduate)
  • Yongjin Byeon (KAIST, Electrical and Electronic Engineering PhD candidate, Robotics Research)
  • Jaesung Kim (KAIST, Electrical and Electronic Engineering PhD candidate, Robotics Research)
  • Taehyung Kim (KAIST, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Master graduate, Robotics Research)
  • Sangwoon Park (KAIST, Electrical and Electronic Engineering PhD candidate, Robotics Research)
  • Jaihoon Lee (KAIST, Electrical and Electronic Engineering PhD candidate, Robotics Research)
  • Sijong Kim (KAIST, Electrical and Electronic Engineering PhD candidate, Robotics Research)
  • Yonghwi Kim (KAIST, Electrical and Electronic Engineering PhD candidate, Robotics Research)
  • Hanmin Jo (KAIST, Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering graduate)
  • Ayoung Kwon (University of Hong Kong, Bachelor of Computer Engineering student)
  • Chan Lee (KAIST, Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering student)
  • Wonseok Oh (KAIST, Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering student)