Robots Are Helping To Build Singapore’s Tallest Towers

It’s Schindler’s 150-year anniversary this year, and its mobility solutions move 2 billion people within buildings every day. They have created and developed a unique robot that can climb up an elevator shaft as high as 500 metres to build, bore holes, and prepare the shaft for use. There are currently only six of these Schindler developed robots in the world. They travel around from site to site, working 365 days a year. It’s a unique solution, usually completed manually, that improves quality and efficiency, makes work environments safer, and improves accuracy.

Next month, Schindler R.I.S.E will be touching down in Singapore to prepare the elevator shafts of the new, 200-metre Shaw Tower which will be a mixed used precinct in Singapore’s downtown. The robot isn’t in town very much, so this is a unique opportunity to cover how the robot works in real time. 

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