If every one is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.

-Henry Ford-

Robotikka online shopping website is being started to provide products and services related to Electrical, Electronics, Telecommunication, Robotics fields In Sri Lanka. Robotikka is fully owned by Olympus Crew Company Private Limited in Sri Lanka. Our Team is with Expert members in different fields. Our target is to give our best effort to make better services and improve the prosperity of Sri Lanka. In our Company, we provide All of Agriculture Products and Services. In Robotikka, we mainly target to sell all of Electrical, Electronics, Robotics Components and especially Courses on Robotics and Tutorial. We are still a small group and have a small community. But, we have a strong dedication to achieve success and provide full customer sanctification.

The education system of Sri Lanka is now changing with the technologies. Programming and Rob technologies are now teaching in the schooling from Ordinary Level classes. It is a good decision and also we are focusing to provide courses from Ordinary Level student to University Level. Singapore, South Korea, Japan, Sweden, Denmark are the best countries that have the amazing capability of Robot Technology. We are trying to make Sri Lanka also the best country in Technology. We sell not only International products but also a new invention that was made by our team.

Team

Dilanka Hashan – B.Sc. Electrical & Electronic Engineering undergraduate in NDT-Moratuwa University.

Harsha Lakmal – B.Sc. Software Engineering undergraduate in SLIIT.

Sanjula Dimanka – B.Sc. Agriculture Technology undergraduate in (………………………..).

Pasindu Madubhashana – B.Sc.. Food & Science undergraduate in the University of Peradeniya.

Santhusha Kaushalya – B.Sc. Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management undergraduate in NIBM.

Udara Aththanayake – B.Sc. Electronics & Telecommunication undergraduate in SLTC.

Robotics

The founder, Ben Anderson, was awarded several state and regional awards for student entrepreneurship including the Minnesota Collegiate Entrepreneur Award, and Anderson was named the Great Lakes Regional Collegiate Entrepreneur. The Minnesota Cup, in conjunction with the University of Minnesota, named AutoMotionTV as a semi-finalist. Anderson was also named as a global finalist in the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards.

Automation was featured in Automotive News as one of their “10 cool technologies”. The company also partnered with JATO Dynamics, an England-based data provider.

Dominion Enterprises partnered with Automation to provide video technology and content to its family of companies.

The company launched a new mobile app platform for manufacturers and dealers.

The company’s president, Ben Anderson, was awarded the 2011 Minnesota Young Entrepreneur of the Year by the Small Business Administration.

The company’s CEO speaks regularly on mobile for automotive OEMs and automotive events including General Motors and J.D. Power and Associates. General Motors Company selected Anderson to speak on mobile during the 2012 summit Tour.

In a partnership with Microsoft, the company launched a Windows 8 version of the mobile app platform in 2013.

In 2013 General Motors selected the Automation product as the only mobile app provider approved for IMR certification.

Group 1 Automotive was the first large automotive retailer to release mobile apps for each of its dealerships. The group used the Automation platform to roll out apps to all US stores in 2014.

The company unveiled a consumer platform named Automation Get a Car Experience in 2018. In December 2018, the Get a Car platform reached the #1 spot for key automotive shopping terms in the Apple App Store with an average user rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars

The Automation platform creates and manages mobile apps for manufacturers and dealers in the automotive industry. Automation describes a wide range of Technology worlds.

Robotics, design, construction, and use of machines (robots) to perform tasks done traditionally by human beings. Robots are widely used in such industries as automobile manufacture to perform simple repetitive tasks, and in industries where work must be performed in environments hazardous to humans.