Hyundai Robotics is prioritising its activities in research and development and says such activities are central to its future plans.
The company held one of its annual technology R&D briefings recently at its Bundang, South Korea office.
The event was attended by COO Seo Yoo Seong and more than 100 executives and employees.
Participants shared the latest outcomes of their R&D efforts and discussed future technological advancements.
Seo said: “By developing core technologies, we need to ensure that R&D plays a leading role in preparing ourselves for the future.”
He asked the executives and employees to “set ambitious R&D goals aligned with the direction of the company’s business and turn them into sustainable outcomes”.
Hyundai Robotics plans to expand the R&D Briefing event in the future, for example, by inviting its customers, so that the event serves as a publicity channel for the firm’s technologies.
Hyundai Robotics is one of the largest industrial robot manufacturers in the world. It’s parent company, Hyundai, is one of the largest shipbuilding companies in the world.