Happy New Year! - Robotics Online


Happy New Year!

01 Jan 2020

Robotics Online can look back on a successful year, which we owe in particular to our valued members and our team.

Such loyal members are not a matter of course in this hectic time. All the more, we appreciate that you can count among our customers over the past four months.

We are all the more pleased that the last four months was just the beginning of our trip. We are looking forward to the coming year and hope you feel the same way!

We don’t want to be excessive today, so we’d like to tell you:

Good luck in the new year - in 2020! Happy New!

PS: Singapore and Shanghai decided in late 2019 to let 1500 LED drones rise instead of a finale firework display.
That is where these pictures come from - more environmentally friendly and future-oriented. We have a thumbs up for that!

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