Singapore firm to make robot cleaners for rent

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Singapore firm to make robot cleaners for rent

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Cleaning robots Ella and Yi Wei at a demonstration yesterday to launch LionsBot International, a Singapore-based cleaning robot venture by founders Dylan Ng, Michelle Seow, and Mohan Rajesh Elara, an assistant professor at the Singapore University of
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Production set to begin next year; machines to be used here, abroad

Companies looking to give their premises a good scrub may want to consider renting cleaning robots.

Singapore firm LionsBot International unveiled plans to produce these robots and offer them for rental, at an event to launch the company yesterday.

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