Our vision is to establish ourselves in the long to medium term as one of the leading suppliers of humanoid robots in the field of communication and interaction.
We would like to offer our customers affordable robots with a high adaptive capacity, according to the wishes of our customers.
Through our "Buy, Rent or Lease a Bot" sales model and our 3D production technology, we want to differentiate ourselves from other competitors and make our robots accessible to everyone.
Roger Seeberger, Managing Director and Software Engineer
After his vocational training as an industrial electronics engineer, Roger studied at the art school FSG in Olten (Switzerland). Together with two partners, he founded the Jinn-Bot Robotics & Design GmbH in 2014. Since then he has worked as the managing director of the company and is responsible for the day-to-day business and the further development of robot software.
Michael Roggli, Hardware and Production
Michael completed his vocational training as a model maker in 1992. Since then he works in the cultural sector. At Jinn-Bot he is responsible for the production of the robots and enriches the company with his excellent knowledge in the fields of CAD and 3D-Printing.
Professor Dr. Rolf-Dieter Reineke, Business partner and Advisor
Prof. Dr. Rolf-Dieter Reineke is Professor at the Institute for Business Management at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Northwestern Switzerland). Besides he works as a consultant and entrepreneur with a regional focus on Southeast Asia and China. During his career so far, he has been involved in the founding of six companies. As a partner of Jinn-Bot he supports the company in the fields of financing and internationalization.
Joshua Seeberger, Finance and Marketing
In 2018, Joshua Seeberger finished his vocational training in the field of Business and Commerce. Since then he has been studying at the Fernfachhochschule Switzerland in the Bachelor General Management and supports Jinn-Bot in matters of financing, online appearances and marketing campaigns.
Our mission is to support people in all activities and everyday situations in shopping centres, railway stations, air traffic or in the care sector and to take on simple assignments. The goal is to have our robots at their side when the opportunity arises.
In 2010, Roger Seeberger received the first order to develop a robot for a trade show. In collaboration with Michael Roggli, who was responsible for the assembly and construction of the carbon fiber parts, the first robot was born and the passion for the robotic was aroused.
From the initial development of animal robots, the focus of development moved more and more towards humanoid robots. In 2012, the first running, two-legged humanoid robot in Switzerland was created, which was one of the first models in this size in the world.
In 2014 Roger Seeberger, Michael Roggli and Daniel Scheuber founded the "Jinn-Bot Robotics & Design GmbH". In March 2018, Joshua Seeberger joined the company and is now responsible for the former tasks of Daniel Scheuber.
Over time, Jinn-Bot has continued to develop and improve its robots, so that "Jinn" and "Joey," the latest generation of robots, are seeing significant advances in hardware and software today.
The successful participation in the Horizon 2020 funding program of the European Commission enabled the development of robots, initially financed from own resources, to be further pursued. So that today, Jinn-Bot can compete with international robotics developers.
In 2018, the Start Up won the 3rd place in the category “Technology” at the Swiss StartUp Challenge. Moreover, the young company won the 3rd place in the category “Internationalization” at the Swiss Innovation Challenge.
The invitation of Swissnex China to the CES Shanghai 2019 enabled Jinn-Bot to represent Switzerland in Asia. In the same year, the invitation to the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Competition for Overseas Talents 2019 in Hangzhou also followed, which resulted in the award of the Honorable Mention for the 11th place out of 1500 companies.
In 2020, Jinn-Bot was awarded 1st place in the Innovation & Excellence Awards for "Most Innovative Robotics Delivery".