Meet UAE teacher Latifa Al Hamadi, who made robot Rabdan

Abu Dhabi: A United Arab Emirates (UAE) school teacher Latifa Al Hamadi showcased Rabdan, the robot she made to serve humanity, during a gathering held in Dubai to celebrate Emirati Talent Day on Monday at Plazzo Versace.

Latifa Al Hamadi, who works as a design and technology teacher at Al Sila School in Abu Dhabi, and has a bachelor’s degree from Zayed University in Networks Security and a master’s degree in Information Technology.

Robot Rabdan can interact with humans through microphones and give answers about locations and other inquiries.

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Rabdan is a result of Hamadi’s three years of hard work that tells the story of the success and determination of Emirati women in the field of robotics. 

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Latifa used a 3D printer at home to build the pieces and assemble them to create Rabdan.

The 1.8m tall robot has movement sensors, 33 engines, and two cameras as the robot’s eyes.

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“The world is heading towards having smart solutions for the benefit of humanity. I have a passion for robots and artificial intelligence and wanted to be part of this development, so I decided to build a robot that can serve mankind,” Latifa told Gulf News.

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