Tang, a Carnegie Mellon University alumnus, is the founder of Beijing Ewaybot Technology LLC, which showcased its robot
Ewaybot is aiming to have the robot available this May with a price tag of about $30,000.
“We are targeting the education and academic market,” Tang said. “But we wanted to show our robot at the Consumer Electronics Show because it is a representation of the high-tech industry and let people know that our robot could help people’s lives in the near future.”
Tang said he hopes more and more young roboticists can learn robotics theories based on MoRo’s platform.
Tang received a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from CMU and took leave from the doctoral program. Based in Beijing, Ewaybot has received more than $2 million seed funding from Future Works, an
I think the top engineering school gives me a great vision of the robotics field, as well as the hands-on engineering ability.Bowei Tang, Co-Founder, Ewaybot
“I think the top engineering school gives me a great vision of the robotics field, as well as the hands-on engineering ability,” he said. “Our team has an advantage to understanding robots and the market as well.”
Tang’s team also includes Wei Jing, a CMU doctoral candidate in mechanical engineering and robotics, and