History

  • 2020
    05 Officially launch of Hyundai Robotics
    03 Establishment of Hyundai L&S(Logistics&Solution)
  • 2019
    08 Extension of Clean Room
    for Testing 11th generation
    LCD Panel Robot
    07 Achieve accumulated production of
    10,000 units of HS220.
    03 Establishment of a joint venture with HGZN, China
    01 Establishment of chinese corporation(Shanghai)
  • 2018
    12 Signed a joint venture agreement with HGZN, China
    04 Opened its Bundang office (Hanseo Building / expanded its office to KAST)
    04 Launched Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings Co., Ltd.
  • 2017
    04 Apr. Founding Hyundai Robotics Co., Ltd.
    (Division from Hyundai Heavy Industries)
    02 Feb. Completing the construction of a new plant in Daegu
    (Capable of producing 8,000 units per year)
  • 2016
    12 Developing a painting robot and a vacuuming robot
    04 Developing the high-speed 10.5 generation LCD transport robot
  • 2015
    12 Owning 44 types of model on sale
    (26 industrial ones, 18 cleaning ones)
    07 Organizing the Robot Business Division
    03 Developing the Korea's first 10.5
    generation large cleaning LCD transport
  • 2011
    12 Having the 'cleaning robot' selected as
    the top global product
    06 Have the robot plant extended
    (Capable of producing 4,500 units per year)
  • 2010
    12 Being awarded with the presidential
    prize at the Intelligent Robot Technology Awards
    07 Developing the 'robot monitoring system'
  • 2009
    10 Winning a contract on manufacturing around 200 cleaning LCD
    transport robots
    07 Succeeding in localizing robots for press automation lines
    04 Succeeding in localizing the 4th generation cleaning LCD
    (Liquid Crystal Display) transport robots
  • 2008
    12 Being awarded with the International
    Industrial Design Award for the
    ‘industrial robot controller'
    10 Developing the self-driving cleaning panel transport robot
    10 Developing the 6th generation cleaning LCD transport robot
    09 Acquiring 「New Technology (NET)」
    Certificate on the serial robot
    motion control system
    04 Advancing to new industrial robot and electronic
    areas (Succeeding in localizing
    the 8th generation cleaning robot)
    01 Starting the cleaning robot business
    01 Having the ‘industrial robot' selected as the top global product
  • 2007
    12 Developing the 8th generation LCD
    transport robot / developing
    the robot cooperationcontrol system
    (Being awarded with Jang Yeong-sil Award)
  • 2005
    11 Developing new serial link models (HA006 and two more)
    10 Exceeding 10,000 industrial robots produced in total for the first time in Korea
  • 2000
    12 Exceeding 5,000 industrial robots produced in total
    09 Having the 6-axis articulated robot selected as the Product of the Korean Millennium
    08 Having the 6-axis articulated robot selected as Excellent Industrial Design (GD)
    03 Advancing to European market
  • 1999
    12 Starting the industrial robot business
    (Expiration of the technical tie-up with Nachi)
  • 1996
    03 Exceeding 3,000 industrial robots produced in total
  • 1995
    11 Developing an independent industrial robot model
    (HR120 and one more)
    09 Being awarded with the Industrial Technical
    Innovation Award for the
    ‘6-axis articulated robot’
  • 1994
    10 Developing a large 5-axis orthogonal
    robot independently
    (Being awarded with Jang Yeong-sil Award)
  • 1993
    09 Being incorporated into the Engine
    Machinery Business Headquarters at
    Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
  • 1988
    07 Establishing Hyundai Robot Industries Co., Ltd.
    (Division from Hyundai Heavy Industries)
  • 1987
    10 Completing the construction of
    the largest robot plant in Korea
    (Capable of producing 300 units per year)
    04 Starting to manufacture industrial robots
  • 1986
    12 Starting to operate a robot assembly plant
  • 1985
    06 Advancing to robot industry
    05 Entering into a technical partnership with N company in Japan
  • 1984
    10 Organizing a robot squad inside
    the Hyundai Heavy Industries Research
    Institute of Welding Technology