Bosch Creates Malaysia’s First Wall Mural Done By A Robot
Recently Bosch Malaysia created a wall mural in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. What’s so special about that? Well they did it by using a robot (yes, that’s correct).
The mural, which is located at Jalan Ipoh is an art made by Malaysian artist Mohd Zaki Nordin, with the help of a robot named “Albert”, a robot brought to life by Estonian start-up company Robot Muralist.
Simon Song, the managing director of Bosch Malaysia has said “When we combine art with technology, we can make it more accessible and create a positive impact within communities, especially when the artwork carries a positive or important message”.
The company has said that they are aiming to shape the future of mobility by developing technology that will make roads, as well as vehicles safer, and traffic jams a thing of the past.
Aside from that, they have also introduced Industry 4.0 solutions that aims to bring improvements to manufacturing, transporting, and warehousing processes.
If you wish to see the mural, you can find it at Wisma Tan Kim San, Jalan Ipoh, 51200 Kuala Lumpur.
Pokdepinion: I wonder what they will introduce in the future following their remarks. Hopefully they will indeed be beneficial to us all.