ABOUT US

AT OCEANIA ROBOTICS (MARINE DIVISION), OUR GOAL IS TO STREAMLINE YOUR MARINE MAINTENACE PROCESSES.

Let us help you with the heavy lifting, so you can focus on your business.

Oceania Robotics (Marine Division) is a world pioneer in providing robotics solutions in the marine maintenance industry. We design and manufacture smart, fully-integrated solutions that help with ship cleaning and maintenance operations. Our comprehensive suite of robots include Curvature Bot, which can help you with sand and grit blasting processes. Deployment of our robots helps to reduce manpower costs and at the same time improve the workplace safety and health of marine maintenance workers.

Founded in 2019 (as Oceania Robotics) by Madhukumar Kannan and Mohan Rajesh Elara, the company today has a rapidly expanding team that is young, vibrant and passionate about changing the landscape of marine maintenance. Under the guidance of Prof. Mohan, the world’s leading researcher in the field of self-reconfigurable robots at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), our technically-strong team of engineers and researchers have delivered quality products and achieved industry firsts along the way.

We are now pleased to have Srinivasan Venkita Padmanabhan (known as Venkat), President and Global Head of Corporate Finance of an MNC on board with us as an advisor. Under his aegis, Oceaniar Robotics (Marine Division) will grow into a global leader in pest elimination robotics solutions.

MEET OUR TEAM

With 10 years of experience in the Marine industry, Madhu has a keen interest in the development of robotics solutions.

MADHU

Prof. Mohan is the world’s leading researcher in the field of self-reconfigurable robots at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).

MOHAN

Venkat has 27 years of experience at a Fortune Global 500 company, and is passionate about inspiring change and creating impact.

VENKAT

ABOUT US

Let us help you streamline your marine maintenance processes with our innovative robotics solutions.

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