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SESTO Robotics - Technology Partner at the Siemens Advance Manufacturing Transformation Centre (AMTC)
SESTO Robotics - Technology Partner at the Siemens Advance Manufacturing Transformation Centre (AMTC)
Our Chief Executive, Mr Ang Chor-Chen (first from right) showcasing our best-in-class SESTO Magnus (pictured here with a top trolley module) to Minister for Trade and Industry Mr Chan Chun Sing (second from right) during his visit to the Siemens Advance Manufacturing Transformation Centre (AMTC) on 9 December 2020. SESTO Robotics is proud to be one of the technology providers at the new centre which aims to provide guidance, support and training to companies striving for automation in advance manufacturing. Click here to find out more about SESTO Magnus. Picture credits to Siemens Singapore
Solving The Manpower Crunch With Mobile Robotics  | Industrial Automation Asia
Solving The Manpower Crunch With Mobile Robotics | Industrial Automation Asia
Chor-Chen Ang, CEO of Singapore-based company Sesto Robotics spoke with IAA on the current COVID-19 crisis and the timing of their new Autonomous Mobile Disinfectant Robot referred to as Healthguard.
SESTO Robotics launches SESTO Magnus Autonomous Mobile Robot for Material Handling | MobileRobotGuide
SESTO Robotics launches SESTO Magnus Autonomous Mobile Robot for Material Handling | MobileRobotGuide
Mr Ang Chor Chen, Chief Executive of SESTO Robotics said, “With the world easing into the COVID-19 new normal, there is an accelerated urgency for manufacturers and non-manufacturing industries to quickly automate their processes while ensuring safe management measures such as staggered workforce or spilt team arrangements. SESTO Magnus’ small and low profile is designed with manufacturing, healthcare and commercial facilities in mind. Its intelligent software controls enable it to operate safely in narrow passageways and amongst people.”
SESTO Robotics launches SESTO Magnus Autonomous Mobile Robot | CTIMES
SESTO Robotics launches SESTO Magnus Autonomous Mobile Robot | CTIMES
Specially built for tight navigation in space-scarce facilities, SESTO Magnus is able to autonomously travel through spaces as narrow as 0.9 metres wide while avoiding obstacles in its path. Its bi-directional same-speed capability means the autonomous mobile robot can reverse out of dead ends without doing a spot turn.
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