Shenzhen-based Remo Tech is betting that enhanced features like motion-tracking and improved image quality using artificial intelligence can change consumer habits around using webcams. Photo: Weibo
Shenzhen-based Remo Tech is betting that enhanced features like motion-tracking and improved image quality using artificial intelligence can change consumer habits around using webcams. Photo: Weibo

Chinese start-up bets on AI webcam in the remote work era following a pandemic-fuelled boom

  • Shenzhen-based Remo Tech has seen a threefold growth in sales during the pandemic, driven by demand for its motion-tracking Obsbot Tiny webcam
  • The company credits the smarts in its products to Chinese-made chips, which the founder says have become cheaper amid competition following sanctions on Huawei

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
Shenzhen-based Remo Tech is betting that enhanced features like motion-tracking and improved image quality using artificial intelligence can change consumer habits around using webcams. Photo: Weibo
Shenzhen-based Remo Tech is betting that enhanced features like motion-tracking and improved image quality using artificial intelligence can change consumer habits around using webcams. Photo: Weibo
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