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Mujin robot center tour for students

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Students from Tokyo University, the prestigious university in Japan, visited the Mujin office this September. Mujin CEO, Mujin CTO, and other employees shared their thoughts and vision to the students who are currently choosing their future. This article, especially messages from Mujin members, might be interesting for students considering their future career. Everyone poses like a robot
CEO Issei TakinoFirst of all, Issei gave a brief speech about Mujin's business and history, explained why he launched the "robot intelligence" business in Japan and how it contributes to solving the social problems such as labor shortage.For his presentation, Issei showed some videos with Mujin solutions that are already in a production line.  Random SKU packing solution for Mujin's customerIntelligent Robots?! What does Mujin Actually Do?Issei said: "I think the most important thing is people you work with. Every single Mujin employee is very talented, and I learn from them every …

Mujin Story #4: The opportunity to move from manufacturing to logistics

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When Mujin founders started Mujin in 2011, they knew what they want from each other: the ability to move fast, self-manage, and take ownership. Once Issei asked Rosen about what Rosen wants to do as a potential business. Rosen said: “We came here to automate all the factories”. In order to achieve even one automated factory people have to consider many different tasks which are not limited only to robots. This story is about one of the most famous Mujin products and the first partnership. Please find another blog articles aboutMujin, Inc.’s story here:Mujin Story Looking forward to an era when everyone uses industrial robots:  Mujin global product  While Mujin was working on providing solutions for our customers, the main product was developed. Back in 2014, Mujin had less than 10 employees with one salesperson, CEO Issei, and together they were aggressively developing our technology at a small office close to the national highway. It used to be a convenien…

Introduced as an innovative company by the Government of Japan

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Mujin was featured in Moving Forward: Japan Innovating the Future by the Government of Japan!We have been selected as one of the companies producing cutting-edge technologies that achieve “one-of-a-kind” status or become giants in global niche markets.There, we have been introduced to the world as a company providing innovative solutions in logistics. There are 3 videos Mujin appears:
▼Innovating Future: Intelligent Robot Controller - Mujin's introduction

▼Innovating Future: Logistics Solution

▼Moving Forward: Technology for Resilience (Mujin appears 4 times!)

Mujin was featured on Bloomberg: Surprising Technologies are Changing Logistics and Production in Japan

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Mujin was featured on Bloomberg as a company that is revolutionizing logistics.The company is using motion planning technology to "breathe life into robots". Manual teaching work, which involved manually moving a robot while recording its trajectory, is not required when using Mujin technology. This allows the robot to think and move (teachless). The automation which was not possible before now is a reality.Check the full article: Surprising Technologies are Changing Logistics and Production in Japan

Mujin is proud to announce our Vision and Core Values

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In 2011, the Mujin workforce consisted of a couple of guys in a garage nursing a mad determination to disrupt the factory automation market, which did not exist at that time (Mujin Story).In 2020, Mujin has more than 100 employees and went overseas. As we watch more and more companies leverage our technology, we’re proud not only of our growth but also of the fact that we’ve grown without compromising our core values.Highlighting an exciting period of growth and to better position the company going forward, Mujin has developed a vision statement and new Mujin core values to reflect an evolved business structure, strategy, and way of working with our customers, partners, and employees. On the occasion of our 9th Anniversary, we’re sharing those values publicly for the first time.Mujin VisionLiberate humans from manual labor to make them focus on creativity, innovation, and making the world a better place.
Mujin Core Value - THINK LIKE OWNERS1. Innovate with the highest speed and efficie…

Mujin's CEO, Issei Takino, has been selected as one of the "100 people transforming business in Asia" by Business Insider

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We are proud to announce that our CEO, Issei Takino, has been selected as one of the "100 people transforming business in Asia" by Business Insider. He was selected based on his visionary perspective and the fact that he is making an innovative difference in manufacturing industry.Transforming Business | 300 People transforming businessThe Business Insider is spotlighting visionaries who are driving innovative changes in their own companies that resonate across their industry.Take a look at these 100 people who are changing the world: Business Insider

Mujin story #3: Mujin power is Mujin people

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This story is about the first difficult years of Mujin,Inc. and it's people. Please find another blog articles about Mujin, Inc.’s story here:Mujin StoryWith a perfect combination of technology and sales, Mujin is advancing at an exponential rate. Top talents from all over the world have gathered here, and needless to say, the Mujin official language is English (Diversity: everyone is unique). These geniuses are hard-working individuals with a passion for robotics. First membersRosen invited Huan Liu from MIT, who is currently the President of Mujin China, to visit Japan in 2012.  Huan spent a night at Rosen’s apartment, where they talked about intelligent robot development as a business in Japan. Huan felt that it’s exactly what he wants to do. The idea of applying the robot technology that Rosen was developing to practical use captured Huan’s heart. It was a very big life-changing decision. He quit his job and the graduate school. Huan married in July 2012, and in September 2012…

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