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January
2022


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Unmanned Life, a company specialising in advanced robotics, is moving its Belgian facilities to the 22@ district, where it will manage large fleets of robots and drones and create solutions for smart cities and smart factories.

The company has rented a 1,295 square metre industrial building in the Catalan capital, in the Poblenou Industrial Area, joining the large number of companies that are opting for Barcelona’s technology district as a European and even international hub, according to real estate company Forcadell.

The company’s CEO, Nicolas Zylberglajt, said that “one of the key reasons for the move was the weather conditions in Barcelona, which are much more favourable than in Belgium, making it easier and safer to fly drones”.

The advanced robotics company, Unmanned Life, moves its hub to 22@ Barcelona

“We firmly believe that Barcelona is a leading technology hub from which we can grow and scale our operations in Europe. It is the perfect alliance at our London headquarters, where we will focus on international markets such as the Middle East and North America,” said Zylberglait at his meeting in London with the Government of Catalonia’s Department of Business and Employment.

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