ST Engineering, the Singaporean company which bought Aethon recently, says it is looking to grow its robotics division.
The company’s chief executive, Vincent Chong, says ST Engineering is hoping Aethon can help it pass through the 100-million-dollar barrier – Singaporean dollars that is, which equates to about $73 million in US currency.
As quoted on Nikkei, Chong says: “We want it [Aethon] to be a material business [with a revenue of] over 100 million Singapore dollars. How fast we get there, we don’t know yet.” Continue reading ST Engineering looks to Aethon robots to lead it to bigger markets
Comau has launched a new logistics robot which looks similar to the growing number of autonomous platforms currently making their way into warehouses the world over.
Comau’s machine is called Agile 1500, and the company says it is the first model within the Comau automated guided vehicles platform.
Comau says the Agile 1500 is based on the company’s “open automation” design approach. Continue reading Comau unveils logistics robot