The Rise of Machines

The Industrial Revolution was the work of a machine. While people had been using machines long before this revolution, it was their hands that had been doing the bulk of the work. That all changed with the invention of the steam engine. Today, we’re in the midst of an equally life-changing revolution: the IT revolution. If machines have been the driving force behind of world progress for the past century or two, just imagine what the future holds as the machines that shape so many aspects of our lives grow smarter and more agile. We are at the dawn of a new era where robots will replace humans in many areas, and even the human body will likely be partially mechanized. At Tekhnelogos, we’re putting all our knowledge and experience to use in preparation for this new era, undertaking important projects in the field of robot production and working to build up a shared understanding of a common future in which robots will be an ever more defining feature of human life.

The Rise of Machines
  • A Very Special Team

    Interdisciplinary work is a vital part of our product development, and our talented robotics team is accordingly diverse, with software, mechanical, and electronic engineers as well as people with a background in mathematics and physics and the sciences. Thanks to this interdisciplinary strength, our young and dynamic robotics team managed to develop its first products incredibly quickly. To further harness the potential that interdisciplinary work brings to robot production, we are hard at work coming up with new ideas to increase the academic and scientific experience of our team.

  • Without Robots There Are No Solutions
    Without Robots There Are No Solutions

    Robots are a necessary condition for operating an efficient business today. But they aren’t sufficient. To compete in the culture of Industry 4.0, businesses themselves need to become something akin to a large robot. To help businesses achieve this transformation, we are designing holistic automation solutions that require as little human intervention as possible and that facilitate information sharing between machines, software, and robots. We combine our robotics skills with mathematical modeling, IoT hardware, AI software, mobile applications, and process optimization.

  • The Engineer Who Lit Our Way: Al-Jazari
    The Engineer Who Lit Our Way: Al-Jazari

    About 800 years ago, Ismail al-Jazari, the chief engineer of the Artuqid state, created robots that performed simple functions with mechanisms that he hid inside human statues to amaze his guests. Jazari’s desire to tell stories by combining machines with art led him to invent history’s first robot. The Istanbul Jazari Museum, a cultural-heritage project we value greatly and diligently support, is dedicated to this founding father of mechanics and great genius of the Middle Ages. Jazari teaches us that to be a great engineer, we have to look out at the wide horizons of the world with open eyes.

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Our Robotics Products
  • Robee


    A robot that navigates using QR codes, locates products and moves shelves to retrieve them, and carries them to collection stations for packaging in e-commerce warehouses.

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  • BeeSmart


    Warehouse-management software that manages Robee units so that orders in e-commerce warehouses can be moved to collection stations quickly, accurately, and economically.

    Click here for details.