Cognicept’s deep technical expertise in robotics technologies and Kabam’s expertise in machine design, precision manufacturing, international supply chains, and deep access to global commercial channels have now been combined to provide world leading robotics solutions for applications such as facilities management, delivery, and surveillance/security.
This merger combines our strengths and opens many doors for everyone involved.
After just 18 months, Kabam Robotics is proud to have the largest number of paid robot deployments for security businesses in Singapore, and have since expanded to Hong Kong and Australia. This rapid expansion was made possible by Smart+.
Smart+ is Kabam’s robot operation software and is available to the robotics market as an independent solution.
Smart+ works with any robot, offering great remote/offsite access features such as versatile mission planning, point and click ease of use, elevator integration, immersive observability, vision AI, backend connectivity tools, and more.
Michael Sayre, CEO of Cognicept Systems and general manager of Kabam Robotics, says: “2022 has brought some exciting developments and we are celebrating new beginnings at Cognicept Sytems.
“I am very pleased to announce that Cognicept Systems is joining forces with our partner, Kabam Robotics.
“This merger combines our strengths and opens many doors for everyone involved. The whole team is very enthusiastic about our next steps and will continue to enhance our technology.
“I would like to extend special thanks to Sequoia Capital India’s Surge, Antler SEA, Hustlefund, and all of our investors for making this possible. The expert advice, network, and entrepreneurial experience of our investors were an indispensable part of our journey.
“I am especially grateful to Anandamoy Roychowdhary, Pieter Kemps, Jussi Salovaara, Markus Bruderer, and Andreas Birnik for all of their help.
“We are all very excited about Kabam’s next steps. We continue to enhance our technology with groundbreaking facilities management vision AI and hybrid-AI “avatar” robots which will revolutionize how the world views telecommuting.”