Thailand has announced an ambitious plan to become a production centre of robots for medical treatment, spurred by the country's goal to promote itself as Asia's healthcare hub.
The second-generation Dinsow, which can look after ageing or disabled people, will be launched in June. YUTHANA PRAIWAN
Worawat Auapinyakul, the science and technology minister, said the ministry will allocate 2 billion baht over five years through 2017 to build facilities and systems for the new industry.
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