Drones delivering goods and letters? SingPost could be the first to make it happen in Singapore.
Anish Mampetta used to build robotic missile-guidance systems for military use. Then he became a father. Now he makes robocars for kids to learn tech through pl...
When I hear “mind-controlled super-accurate robot arms with lasers on them,” the first things to flash through my mind are Terminator and Inspector Gadget. But,...
Yukai Engineering’s Bocco robot offers a screen-free way for families to communicate. It could also become a hands-free controller for future smart homes.
Grey Orange will expand its operations in China and Japan and is also planning acquisitions to strengthen its position.
Hong Kong, in particular, is alive to the possibilities that this industry holds, and is trying to build an ecosystem to nurture these technologies.
Grey Orange builds robots for warehouse automation of logistics and ecommerce companies for quicker deliveries.
Functional prosthetics are rarely used and can cost upwards of US$10,000. Exiii's bionic arm can be printed at home and assembled for US$300.
Talk about drones usually revolve around their outdoor applications. Infinium Robotics thinks it can thrive by staying indoors.
1,000 Pepper robots will go on sale to consumers in Japan starting this Saturday - but their intended future as human companions remains uncertain.
Inventor Kentaro Yoshifuji overcame his own convalescence to build a small, unassuming robot that can change how individuals with serious medical difficulties e...
How about a robotics kit that teaches kids to build robots as well as program them? And what if it comes bundled with robot activities that gamify science, tech...
Rapyuta aims to create a cloud infrastructure that will allow all robots connected to it to share each others experiences. It is a spin-off from the EU-funded R...
Mind-controlled prosthetics, life support robots, and other futuristic tech will be given a major boost from the newly-established Keihanna ATR fund.
The company thinks it can build a $100M business in three years. With a proven track record and strong allies, that might not be so far-fetched.
Wang says the company sold RMB 3 million worth of kits last year, and projects that number will hit RMB 20 million by the end of this year.
Out of sight but not out of mind, Hope Technik is an exciting Singapore company that's solving problems in space flight, robotics, and logistics.