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Leading robot manufacturing company “NUWA Robotics” will open an office in Uzbekistan

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As part of the “Offshore Outsourcing Tour 2024”, a memorandum of understanding was signed between IT Park, represented by Executive Director Abdulahad Kuchkarov, and NUWA Robotics, represented by Director Hung Jui-Jen. 

The agreement involves cooperation in the development of information technology, robotics and outsourcing in Uzbekistan, opening a branch of the company here and obtaining IT Park resident status.

NUWA Robotics was founded in 2016 in China and develops robots capable of deep interaction with humans. The company specializes in the development of artificial intelligence, software and hardware, production and UX design of robots.

NUWA Robotics has offices in Taiwan, China, Japan and other countries. The company's clients are companies from more than 10 countries, including the USA, China, India and others. The company has already sold more than twenty thousand robots around the world, their products are used by more than a thousand families and educational institutions.

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