Singapore start-ups making inroads into South Korea, Japan

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Meanwhile, a Singapore-made robot that can sort out library books is now deployed in a facility in the southern port city of Yeosu.



Senserbot CEO Peter Mao posing with an Aurora robot, which is able to sort books at libraries. PHOTOS: SENSERBOT

Mr Peter Mao, CEO of Senserbot, the firm that made the robot, said it has “attracted quite a fair bit of attention in the library market in South Korea” and the company has appointed a new Korean partner to market its products.

“The Aurora robot is setting a new level of innovation in library automation using robots,” Mr Mao told ST. “The demand for the Aurora robot is there and we intend to seize it and take a large market share in the Korean market.”


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