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Hear From Robotics Experts on the Current Pandemic
Robotics is not a new term for us and it has been utilized all this while in various industries such as medical, manufacturing, food & processing, agriculture, and automation itself. Service robots are made to be more flexible compare to industrial robots. In the medical field, service robots are effective in health screening and disinfection cleaning. The recent COVID-19 has boosted up the utilization of robots amongst humans to fight against the pandemic. Attendees would learn in-depth how robot helps during the crisis in the services industry and identify opportunities within it.

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Aug 12, 2020 03:30 PM in Kuala Lumpur

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Mr. Terence Teo
President @Singapore Industrial Automation Association (SIAA)
Terence Teo started Anewtech Systems Pte Ltd in Singapore in June 1999 as one of the founding member and Group Managing Director and had grown the company with regional presence in Malaysia and Vietnam. For the past 20 years Terence Teo had worked with MNC control designers and systems integrators in providing embedded platform and gateways for various smart factory shop floor solutions, intelligent transport information systems, and Industrial IoT applications. He has an experience in the implementation of the embedded platform and data-acquisition solutions within various semiconductor manufacturing factories and wafer fabrication factories in Singapore.
Dato’ Ts. Madani Sahari
Chief Executive Officer @Malaysia Automotive Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii)
Since its establishment in 2010, the Malaysia Automotive Institute (now MARii) has developed numerous programmes and centres and excellence, equipped with the facilities to assist the industry, academia and relevant stakeholders. The existing facilities, programmes, and experience within the MARii network will allow immediate access for industry players to develop their capabilities in Advanced Manufacturing and Advanced IT towards Industry 4.0 compliance. Dato’ Madani graduated from the University of Lorraine (formerly Nancy-Université), France, with a degree in Industrial Technology and a Masters in Quality Engineering, in addition to being a Certified Quality Engineer. Dato’ Madani carries with him 25 years as an executive manager with national and international automotive manufacturers in the areas of strategic collaboration, project development and manufacturing.