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SESTO Robotics attends HANNOVER MESSE
SESTO Robotics attends HANNOVER MESSE
SESTO Robotics attended HANNOVER MESSE from 1 to 5 April in Hannover, Germany. "HANNOVER MESSE provides SESTO Robotics a global platform to showcase our latest innovative Autonomous Mobile Robot solutions. We have received very positive feedback from trade visitors and look forward to expanding our reach to Europe." Ang Chor-Chen, SESTO Robotics CEO Thank you to all who visited our booth, see you at our next show! The SESTO Robotics team with Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Trade and Industry Dr Koh Poh Koon (L to R) SESTO Robotics CEO Ang Chor-Chen and SESTO Robotics Chief Technology Officer Mazher Anwar To find out more on our autonomous solutions, head over to this link. Alternatively, contact us directly to find out on how we can help you.
SESTO Robotics invites you to HANNOVER MESSE!
SESTO Robotics invites you to HANNOVER MESSE!
Visit SESTO Robotics from 1 to 5 April 2019 at our inaugural session in HANNOVER MESSE to find out about our latest product offerings and catch a live Autonomous Mobile Robot demonstration at our booth! Date: 1 to 5 April 2019 (Monday – Friday) Venue: Hannover Exhibition Grounds, Messegelände, 30521 Hannover Booth: Hall 16, Booth E08 Hope to see you there!
SESTO Robotics invites you to SEMICON China 2019!
SESTO Robotics invites you to SEMICON China 2019!
Visit us at SEMICON China and find out how SESTO Robotics’ autonomous mobile robots can make delivery processes in a semiconductor facility more efficient! Date: 20-22 March 2019 (Wednesday – Friday) Venue: Shanghai New International Expo Centre, China Booth: Hall N2, Booth 2641 Email [email protected] if you will like to set up a meeting today!
Interview with Cameron Harder-Hutton, Software Engineering Intern
Interview with Cameron Harder-Hutton, Software Engineering Intern
We spoke with Cameron Harder-Hutton, software engineering intern to find out more about what he does daily and his internship experience so far in SESTO Robotics. Read on to find out more! Tell us a little about yourself and the job that you do. What are your day to day responsibilities? Hi! My name is Cameron and I am a final year Software Engineering undergraduate in The University of Queensland, Australia and I am working as an intern for SESTO Robotics. Currently, my tasks revolve around robotics applications and working with the team to develop high level software applications for SESTO’s Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs). On a daily basis, my tasks include researching, designing and development of applications followed by testing on the AGVs. Do you have any memorable stories during your time at SESTO Robotics? What do you like about the work culture here? When I started my internship, I was expecting to be given some tasks similar to what the company is developing in order to learn. However it was quite a pleasant moment to find out what I am working on may be going out into production. To find out my contributions has some value to the company has made me feel a sense of responsibility and a deep level of appreciation.As for work culture – it is very special here. Based on my experience, there are not many companies where the CEO will address you by name, let alone have a drink with you! But in all seriousness, if I were to describe the work culture to a non-employee, I would say that SESTO Robotics reveres and respects the morale of its teammates just as highly as the quality of engineering. How has working in SESTO Robotics developed your career? SESTO Robotics is my first industry internship, and it is also my first time working in Singapore as well!Despite being in my final year of university, almost everything I have completed here is new to me. No doubt the learning curve has been steep but the greatest benefit that SESTO Robotics has had on my career...
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