Avular’s bold move to be Europe’s challenger of US and Chinese mobile robot giants.
Where once was the cradle of glass innovation for many products that changed people’s lives, now emerges a scale-up with the potential to do the same; Avular. This mobile robotics specialist aims to have over a million Avular-powered robots in the field by 2030, to shape a brighter future for all. A new headquarters is the next step necessary as it provides the right infrastructure to further scale up and meet market demand.
“A place where cutting–edge technology meets human ingenuity to shape the future of mobile robots through collaboration between companies, researchers, and governments.”
In the fall of 2023, Avular will move to their new home: the former glass laboratory at Strijp-T in the heart of Eindhoven. As you enter their new building, you feel their ambition. The energy. The innovation. The potential to walk among giants. And the firm belief in the world-changing capabilities of mobile robots.
- Europe’s largest indoor drone testing cage (1800 m3)
- Indoor and outdoor testing areas for robots
- 6500 m2 all together
- Plenty of space for 300 employees
- Grand auditorium
- Place to welcome more than 250 visitors
Avular knows mobile robots will directly solve labor shortages in many industries and this is exactly where their ground-breaking technology will flourish. They believe robots will work alongside personnel, do simple tasks, and take some of the pressure off. This way, people can focus on more complex and demanding tasks where creativity and a human touch are needed. This will relieve the strain on our healthcare and ensure proper inspection and maintenance of our energy infrastructure to enable a world based on sustainable energy resources. In addition, mobile robots will enable sustainable solutions such as precision farming, multi cropping and miniaturization of machines, to reduce the footprint we have on the Earth. This way mobile robots create a path towards solving the world’s toughest challenges and Avular plans to play a key role in creating these solutions.”