‘ROBOTIFIED’ IN THE NEW NORMAL

Robotified in the new normal

It’s been more than 18 months since the pandemic had started. It’s not just in the Philippines, but all across the world that we’ve managed to witness companies and businesses suffered. Despite all of that, there were some that are striving their best to survive.

COVID-19 is a terrible thing. It has shown us to be more prepared for the future in a lot of ways. As a result, some things are inevitably going to change, and it will be there for a long time. This is what we call a new normal, and to be frank, we need these new norms to fix some big problems.

If we ask every company about their plan, how will they be able to cope up and survive during this pandemic? The best possible answer could be is “TO ADAPT”. As Charles Darwin quoted,

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, or the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.”

ROBOTS ARE ALSO ESSENTIAL FOR BUSINESSES

Robots are quickly becoming a new norm for retail and supply chain businesses. The COVID-19 crisis is inspiring more and more business leaders to take a serious look at robots and how they can help keep supply chains robust and efficient while reducing risk during pandemics and other challenging times.

Recently, there are some establishments in the Philippines that are learning and starting to embrace these high-tech A.I. robots, as a non-human contact solution or a “contactless solution” in preventing the spread of the virus to humans and within the establishment. Here are some of the robots that are currently being used by some organizations and businesses, globally.

SNEAK PEAK OF WHAT’S COMING

The “right-now” plan and solution for businesses is to adopt these new technologies with the goal of improving their business operations amidst pandemics. On the other hand, MySolutions, a leading solutions provider in the Philippines, is very excited to finally launch another much-awaited smart solution that will solve the challenges in maintaining non-essential human contact and disinfection within the business establishments, particularly the restaurants, hotels resorts & casino, healthcare facilities, manufacturing, public transportation, and corporate offices, in a “robotified” way, that will go to be the most essential solution for businesses even after the pandemic.

Here’s the sneak peak of the products of Pudu Robotics that will soon to be available in the Philippines!

Pudu Robotics is an international high-tech enterprise dedicated to the design, R&D, production, and sales of commercial service robots. Since its establishment, Pudu Robotics has always adhered to the “Spirit of Invention” and practiced “User-Centered” corporate culture, aiming to boost productivity and well-being with the power of robots.

Powered by the core technologies of low-speed autonomous driving, robotics motor, and motion control, Pudu Robotics has developed top-notch delivery robots and disinfection robots that are widely used in restaurants, hospitals, schools, office buildings, government halls, subway stations, waiting rooms, etc. Pudu’s products are sold in more than 50 countries and 500 cities.

MySolutions is the authorized distributor of Pudu Robotics products in the Philippines. The good news is they are now accepting pre-orders! You may request for online demonstration or product presentation to learn more about the solutions that these “robotified” companions offer.
Luzon: sales@mysolutions.ph, (02) 8-355-8488, 091579707202
VIsMin: cebusales1@mysolutions.ph, (032) 254 2492, (+63) 917 186 9479

CONCLUSION

In this pandemic, as the majority of employers around the world are preparing to automate work, institutionalize remote work, and digitize work processes, certain jobs are at risk. But this doesn’t necessarily mean that many will be left unemployed. The upside is we can leave the, repetitive, degrading, or dangerous tasks to the robots, while we take on the safer, more important jobs, of which there will be a net increase of 58 million as a result of automation, according to a prediction released by the World Economic Forum in February 2021. – Manila Bulletin

As stated by Suraj Muraje of McKinsey & Company Manila from his article “Seizing the automation opportunity in Philippines”,

“Players who are able to integrate new technologies more quickly will reap greater economic rewards. To capture the benefits of automation, business leaders in the Philippines will need to reconfigure entire business processes.”

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