Rapyuta Robotics sponsors ROSCon’17 Diversity Scholarship

July 3, 2017

Tokyo, Japan - We are excited to announce that Rapyuta Robotics is a Gold Sponsor of ROSCon 2017 and will also be sponsoring this year’s ROSCon Diversity Scholarship.

At Rapyuta Robotics we value diversity at our core, so we are proud to be helping ROSCon make the robotics community more open and accessible through the Diversity Scholarship program. As the premiere conference for Robot Operating System (ROS) developers, ROSCon is an opportunity for beginner and expert developers alike to spend two days learning from and networking with the ROS community. ROSCon’s vision to diversify and represent the entire ROS community really resonates with us because we believe the field of robotics needs diversity if we are to truly unlock innovation and accelerate growth.

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Making robotics accessible: Slush Tokyo 2017 Startup Event

April 4, 2017

Tokyo, Japan - Robotics technology is advancing daily, but practically speaking, real world applications for robotics are limited because the technology is still far too complex for most businesses to take up. This March Rapyuta Robotics CEO Gajan Mohanarajah took the stage at Slush Tokyo, one of the world’s largest startup events. The theme of his presentation: Making robots broadly accessible.

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Team-building in Kawaguchiko: Notes from our first company retreat

November 5, 2016

The Rapyuta Robotics team has seen a lot of growth since this time last year, and given the distance between our three offices, we thought it was a good time for some face-to-face interaction. To that end, the Zurich and Bangalore teams headed to the airport and flew to Tokyo for our first ever Company Retreat.

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The potential of cloud robotics: A ROSCon lightning talk by Rapyuta Robotics

October 17, 2016

November already!? Last month, you may have seen some Rapyutians wandering the streets of Seoul, South Korea. They were not lost, nor were they there by coincidence. As a matter of fact, ROSCon was the event that brought Alankrita, Bharat, Connor, Dhananjay, Daiki, Gajan, Javier, Jose and Praveen away from their desks to the Korean metropolis.

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