mega plus

about us

Our humble beginning in Engineering Robotics Automation

Mega Plus Technology Pte Ltd was incorporated in Singapore Year 2003, a Singapore homegrown SMEs, specializing in engineering design for robotics automation in the High-tech manufacturing industry.

Based in western part of Singapore , occupying a area of 10,000 Square feet, with office, workshop, machine shop, test & assembly area. We have a strong team of 25 staff in area of mechanical, electrical, software & project, production engineers and technicians.

Our in-house facilities consist of steel bending, steel shearing, milling, lathe, welding & cutting equipment.

We work with our customers to solve their most challenging business problems by collaborating with leading technology partners and optimizing the automation system outcomes through design, building and integration—allowing them to automate processes that once took too long or were simply not possible.


Our Vision

To build sustainable automation with integrity and commitment.


Our Mission

To deliver high quality services in robotics automation design and customization with technology innovation for sustainable future.


Why Us?

We provide clients with past year of propriety, sector-specific insights on what drive value in business performance with robotics automation. Our approach is immersive and experiential, anchored with our design methodology with simulation to help customer to identify the optimal system integration.



Collaborative Innovation SICC

Another transformational collaboration achievement after six years!

MPT got into one of the finalists in the most transformational collaboration category for the 7th annual SICC Award for Collaborative Innovation. 

Grateful for the deep collaboration with our customer and having a great engineering designers and project members in our team. All our staffs had been with MPT through thick and thin over the past 2 decades. 

Our value lies in our strong solution in engineering design and integrated assembly all in-house. The challenges in robotics automation is not simply putting in an impressive robots and automated process. Our design value lies in designing the automation with the smallest footprint, go beyond in meeting the required cycle time and weight optimisation in our machine design.

In 2016, MPT had won the SICC Collaborative Innovation Award with our design using flexible automation approach to automating the picking of paper pulp with loose tolerance. There are many approaches in robotics automation, it takes a strong team of experience designers, project members to deliver the final systems with quality and on-time. Beside investing our design time in define the problem statement, understanding customer’s requirements, our team spend a lot of time doing research, calculation, and planning. We also invest our resources in doing mini prototype to verify our design if we think there is any deviation from the imagined design and the actual outcomes. We test and improve on the final solution before delivery.


Gearbox Selection for autonomous warehouse robot

Some of the consideration for Gearbox engineering for autonomous robots

The developments in the autonomous warehouse robots (AGV) are moving very fast. The navigation system has evolved from tape and magnetics guiding to radar and sonar controls which register obstacles, higher payloads, higher speeds and also in the developments in the area of batteries. The applications also expand from the traditional logistics supply of components in the warehouses to luggage handling at the airports, safety management in amusement parks, hospital and feeding robots in the agriculture.

High Requirements of AGV Gearbox

For each of the above applications, the requirements are different. Some of the application will require the robots to be in operation 24/7, some has to navigate very carefully through area where people walk. The requirements of the gearboxes used are therefore different per case, but always high.

The gearbox has an important role in an efficient drive

The common denominator in all AGV-robots is that their performance is limited by the existing battery pack. Therefore is it important to design low backlash gearboxes for high positioning accuracy, and available in straight and right-angled version for optimal installation possibilities where by the motors can be mounted easily.