Red Dot Robotics develops autonomous software to automate driving and mundane tasks, creating centrally-controlled robots that cooperate jointly to create enormous productivity
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    As robots are becoming more intelligent, they could perform tasks in environment that could otherwise endanger people's life. Robots could also assist human in simple jobs that would improve productivity and bottomline.

    There are many different kinds of robots. Red Dot Robotics focus on moving things. Red Dot Robotics began in a research institute and saw people's lives and companies' profitability could be greatly improved with autonomous robot automating the process of moving things.

    Red Dot Robotics wants to revolutionalize the business of moving things in engineering and aims to be the leader in automating logistics movement in manufacturing spaces.

  • Product & Services

    Teleop Robot

    Autonomous Robot

    Autonomous Conversion

    Red Dot Robotics offers teleoperated robot for various purposes - remote survelliance, inspection or moving in environment which is too dangerous for human.

    Red Dot Robotics also offer autonomous robot for indoor navigation for goods-carrying or outdoor delivery using our autonomous robots.

    If you are looking to convert an existing device into an autonomous machine, look no further,
    Red Dot Robotics is your choice of partner.

    Contact us at today.

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  • Publicity

    Bloomberg: Singapore Spending Big on Future Proof

    3. Automation Nation

    A limited population with higher wages and fewer young people entering the workforce equals robots. Singapore has its very own micro-city to test autonomous vehicles and a new program for delivering baggage at the city’s award-winning international airport – two symbols of just how much it’s betting big on robotics.

    Read More on Bloomberg

    Changi airport’s automated baggage handlers. Photographer: Ore Huiying/Bloomberg

    Changi airport’s automated baggage handlers

    CNA: Self-cleaning toilet cubicle to be tested at Geylang Serai Market

    Starting late October, a toilet cubicle that cleans itself will be tested at Geylang Serai Market. It is part of a push by the National Environment Agency to use technology to help improve the productivity of cleaners.

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    Channel News Asia Self Cleaning Toilets

    SINGAPORE: There may soon be self-cleaning toilet cubicles at hawker centres as part of the push to drive innovation and improve productivity.

    The project involves retrofitting existing cubicles with features to automatically clean the toilet bowl, walls and floor at scheduled intervals, said the National Environment Agency (NEA) on Wednesday (Jul 31).

    Read More on Channel News Asia

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    Gearing Up for Big Business in Autonomous Solutions

    Four years ago, Mr. Joseph Lew left a well-paying job at a prestigious research institute and sold his three-bedroom apartment to raise funds to go into business in a relatively new field: unmanned vehicles.

    Christopher Tan, Straits Times


    Straits Times SIA and Sats Renew 5 Year Partnership

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) has renewed its ground handling contract with Sats for another five years.

    The partnership, which took effect from April 1, includes an option to extend for a further five years.

    Before this, the maximum tenure with an extension was five years, meaning three plus two.

    The new contract includes in-flight catering, passenger and cargo handling, aircraft interior cleaning, aviation security and laundry services.

    Read More on Straits Times

    ST File

    Air Cargo Capacity Set to Soar

    Singapore aims to almost double its annual cargo handling capacity at Changi Airport, from three million tonnes to 5.4 million tonnes, to support the growth in the air cargo sector and ride on it.

    Karamjit Kaur, Straits Times

    Straits Times Article

    The Airport of the Future is Here. And It Doesn't Need Humans

    Singapore’s Changi Airport is blazing a trail when it comes to automation.

    Imagine landing at a major airport and the only human official you meet on your way through the terminal is a customs officer.

    Singapore’s Changi Airport, voted the world’s best for the past six years by Skytrax, is pursuing that goal of extensive automation with such vigor that it built an entire terminal to help test the airport bots of the future.

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    Source: Bloomberg

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    ASEAN Transport Minister Meeting

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