HandPlus Robotics, a promising startup with its R&D centre in Malaysia, is creating a significant impact in the robotics industry.
Having emerged successful from the Amazon Robotics Challenge and DHL Robotics Challenge, the company has deployed over 15 robots to eight clients in just two years, earning nearly $2 million in revenue. They specialise in 'dynamic picking' problems, with robots intelligent enough to navigate unstructured environments.
As the company plans to expand into Malaysia, with support from the Malaysian Research Accelerator for Technology and Innovation (MRANTI) we hear from Albert Causo, Founder and CEO of HandPlus Robotics. He’ll be discussing the evolution and workings of robotic arms, the unique features of their robots, their business model, and the potential impact of advanced robotics in diverse fields.