the research site will facilitate the company’s dedication to developing artificial intelligence and robotics technologies for the international logistics industry in Hong Kong.

The site will host a variety of automation technologies for efficient and safe logistics processes in warehousing and manufacturing. Including the company’s good-to-person picking system which used autonomous mobil robots, (AMRs), to help organise warehouse inventory.

The automated warehouse management system  helps to improve picking accuracy by 300% compared to manual systems, according to Geek+.

Lit Fung, VP and Managing Director of APAC, UK, and the Americas said: “Geek+ chose the Science Park as the location for its new R&D centre as it is the beating heart of Hong Kong’s innovation and technology ecosystem, a city whose strategic location at the heart of Asia and status as a trading hub and high-skilled talent pool, is of great importance to the company’s R&D efforts.”

Albert Wong, CEO at HKSTP, says: “We are excited to have another unicorn join the Science Park’s vibrant ecosystem. The presence of Geek+ is a strong testimony to Hong Kong’s competitive edge in AIR.”