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ACCE - 2007 Most Innovative Award

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Uploaded on Jul 15, 2011

Kam Ko, an engineer from Hong Kong, came to Canada to pursue his education. After graduating with a mechanical engineering degree here, he went on to full-time work in research and development, Hydro and stamping. At the same time, he earned his Masters in Welding degree. His education and work experience were a winning combination for it gave him the knowledge and skills necessary to skillfully program robots and produce robotic weld cells.

While working at an auto parts company, a client asked Kam to have a part re-welded which had been badly done the first time. Kam realized that this was a great opportunity and programmed a robot to do the job. That was the beginning of Kobotic Limited, for once he established the company, he was able to secure many more jobs and thus, a place in a growing niche market. The company has been so successful in fact, that it is now a Tier 3 supplier for major auto sector companies including General Motors, Chrysler, Toyota and Honda. Kam's vision and tenacity has enabled Kobotic Limited to fill a niche market and gain a competitive edge in today's marketplace!

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