Roborn uses motion control system as its core technology, together with 5G, AI, IoT, Cloud to drive and develop comprehensive robotic products and tech-development solutions. Roborn advocates Techanization, integrating modern technology into ecologies, realizing human-machine cooperation and virtual interaction to improve the ecologies’ productivity and efficiency and make human being better.

Techanization™

Integrate technology into an ecology and enable it to be more productive, efficient and sustainable for better human being as a prosperous cycle.

Roborn’s “Techanization”

The concept of “Techanization” is that we integrate technology into an “ecosystem” to make it grow better and prosper. The more important thing about Techanization is that the application of technology can bring benefits and make human being better, not just invent a technology and then apply it in one area.

The Roborn team shared “Techanizaiton” at Executive Development Program by The Asia-Pacific Institute of Business, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK-APIB)

The Roborn team shared “Techanization”  at  「Mini-MBA」 course co-organized by the Asia-Pacific Business Institute of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a listed group company

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Roborn robots were invited to Ying Wa Primary Schools as special guests on the first day of school on 1 Sept.

Roborn robots【ME】,【Sau Wu】and 【Freedom】went to Ying Wa Primary Schools as special guests to welcome students on their first day back to school! According to Principal Chan, the presence of robots on that day is to inspire students to make use of technologies to solve different problems.
Roborn was happy to see the excitement and brightness in the students’ eyes!

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The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) visited Roborn office on 30 July

On 30 July 2021, Mr Victor Lam, Government Chief Information Officer, Mr Tony Wong, Deputy Government Chief Information Officer, Mr Kingsley Wong, Assistant Government Chief Information Officer, Mr Boer Chan, Assistant Government Chief Information Officer, Ms Cari Wu, Chief System Manager, Mr Donald Cheung, Senior System Manager, and Ms Elke Mak, Senior System Manager came and visited Roborn office. Roborn co-founders Professor Larry Poon and Mr. Mark Mak led the office tour themselves and introduced Roborn’s products and solutions to the guests from the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO)

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Hong Kong Award
for Industries 2018

Equipment and Machinery Design

GRAND AWARD

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