SENSYN ROBOTICS, Inc. (head office: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; hereinafter “SENSYN ROBOTICS”), a company which provides robotics solutions for business use aimed at companies and local governments, announces that our President Taishin Demura has retired and will be replaced as our new President by Naoaki Mashita – a Director who is also the founder of the company – on November 9, 2018.
Address from Naoaki Mashita – the New President of SENSYN ROBOTICS
I would like to start by thanking you all for your generous support. My name is Naoaki Mashita and I was appointed President of SENSYN ROBOTICS on November 9, 2018.
The officers and employees of our company will continue to evolve what is considered “commonplace” in society with the power of robotics. It is under this vision that we will do our best to build a better society by utilizing advanced robotics technologies. Therefore, I ask you all for your support with this.
The solutions utilizing drones currently provided mostly by our company came from my hobby in 2014. However, with all your support, our company has evolved in various ways – both in terms of technologies and solutions – over the past four years. It has now become possible for many companies and local governments to be able to utilize our solutions.
I would like to express my gratitude to all our stakeholders and my predecessor for this. At the same time, I would like us to continue making and evolving many things that are “commonplace” in society with the power of robotics that has infinite possibilities. Accordingly, I ask for your continued support.
About SENSYN ROBOTICS
Since our establishment in October 2015, we have been developing business solutions that combine robotics technology such as drones with advanced technology. In particular, by promoting automation and generalization, we are proposing new ways to solve business problems, including saving labor and enabling unattended operations. In this way, in addition to helping tackle the social issues facing Japan, we plan to offer a diverse range of solutions developed in Japan, a front runner of global challenges, to the rest of the world.
*June 29, 2018: Raised capital totally approximately 1.2 billion yen
*July 1, 2018: Company name changed to “SENSYN ROBOTICS, Inc.”