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Sensyn Robotics, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been selected for SAP.iO Foundry Tokyo, a program for startups by SAP Japan Co., Ltd.
By supporting and collaborating with startups through the SAP.iO Foundry, SAP aims to create an ecosystem in which diverse companies can participate and help various companies achieve digital transformation at an early stage.
Sensyn Robotics provides services and products that support business process innovation using industrial drones and other robotics technologies to address social issues such as a declining workforce, aging infrastructure, and disaster countermeasures.
By linking the business automation platform provided by Sensyn Robotics and the facility management system provided by SAP, the two companies aim to accelerate the digitization of facility management operations by collecting inspection data acquired with drone and robotics technology and redesigning and optimizing the entire inspection process.
As a first step toward this goal, the two companies will verify and evaluate system integration to confirm its effectiveness.
Sensyn Robotics aims to create new value by combining robotics technology, including drones, with data utilization to solve customers' business issues.
What is SAP.iO Foundry?
The SAP.iO Foundry is an initiative of SAP's global startup program, SAP.iO (https://sap.io/), which supports outstanding startups outside of SAP. The program operates in nine cities around the world, with each city running two cohort programs per year. In Tokyo, the program was launched in 2019 as a "hands-on" accelerator program to connect with the transformation needs of Japanese industry and promote co-creation with startups, and has completed three cohort programs to date.
About SENSYN ROBOTICS
Our mission is to evolve what is considered “commonplace” in society with the power of robotics. It is under this mission that we have continued to take on pressing challenges in regards to specific social issues in various fields focused on facility inspections, disaster response, and security and surveillance by achieving the full automation of work with the power of robotics since our establishment in October 2015.