Iris Ohyama hires 120 R & D personnel at new facility Strengthens corporate robot design work

Iris Ohyama hires 120 R & D personnel at new facility Strengthens corporate robot design work

Iris Ohyama hires 120 R & D personnel at new facility Strengthens corporate robot design work

Iris Ohyama Co., Ltd. announced on August 4 that it will hire 120 new R & D personnel by July 2024 at the “Iris Ohyama Tokyo R & D Center” opened in Ota-ku, Tokyo. It is said that it will strengthen various design work such as building a mechanism for corporate robots centered on the home appliances business, product circuits, driving, and control.

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In November 2018, Iris Ohyama opened the “Iris Group Tokyo Antenna Office” as an R & D (research and development) base in Tokyo. Since 2020, in order to respond to the spread of the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19), AI thermal cameras and AI sterilization cleaning robots that detect fever without contact have been introduced to the market.

By opening the “Iris Ohyama Tokyo R & D Center”, Iris Ohyama will strengthen cooperation between organizations such as various product design operations, design, and quality control. The company said, “While many companies are reducing their hiring nationwide due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, we will continue to actively hire human resources and contribute to solving social issues.” Said.

Iris Ohyama expands AI camera business to 600 high school graduates, the highest number ever

In addition, Iris Ohyama Co., Ltd. announced on July 7 that it will increase the number of high school graduates hired in 2022 by 130 to the originally planned number, expanding to 600, the highest number ever in the group. It is said that it plans to hire 1,680 high school graduates, university graduates, and mid-career hires for the full year 2022.

One of the reasons for expanding the hiring quota for joining the company in 2022 is the expansion of the AI ​​camera solution business for corporations, centered on “face recognition type AI thermal cameras” that can detect fever without contact.

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