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It has never been more exciting to share with the future-ready engineers about the practical challenges facing in today's life. A robot, is one of the perfect example of illustrating the crossing of multidisciplinary engineering fields. Weston Robot had a chance to share the above challenges with a group of engineering students from University of Wollongong lead by a world-known professor Li Weihua, who is a Senior Professor and Academic Program Director for Mechatronic Engineering at the University of Wollongong.
The group consists of 12 engineering students from yr1 to yr 4, who are also on their 2-week of industry 4.0 exchange program in Singapore. Dr. Zhang Yanliang, the chief scientist at Weston Robot, shared about his understanding of developing and deploying various robotics application across different fields. Dr. Zhang started with unnamed surface vessel to quadruped robots, wheeled robots and many special-category mobile robots. Engineers and intern students at Weston Robot also demonstrated their work with the group.
Picture: Weston Robot Intern Students Introduced the Garbage Recognition Work
Picture: Students from University of Wollongong Tried the Robot LIMO
Picture: A Group Photo at Weston Robot's Office
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Remote-Controlled USV for Garbage Collection at Singapore PortUnmanned Surface Vessel (USV) equipped with M1 5G perform garbage collection and water surveillance at Marina Keppel Bay (MKB) Singapore to test M1 5G coverage on the water area. A piece of good equipment that reduces water pollution (no gasoline required), remote cleaning, creating more high-tech jobs and cleaner water area for all to enjoy.
Electrical Robotic Mower Contributes to a More Sustainable EarthWhile Singapore Financial Minister Lawrence Wong just talked about reducing carbon emission in Singapore, talk a look at our zero-carbon emission lawn mower running at Bishan Park, which can replace hundreds of gasoline-powered mowers. To help reduce the carbon emission of many gasoline-powered mowers, electrical mower CHAFER™ from Weston Robot is powered by battery with zero carbon emission. The electric mower can climb 30° ramp, work near the road edge, and highly efficient.