05.11.2019

Next Generation Robotics

How AI is changing the business model for mass adoptions of robotics

 

The past few years have seen significant improvements in ease of adoption of robots with the introduction of collaborative robots, low-cost easy-to-use drones, and level 3 autonomous vehicles. In parallel, low-cost 3D machine vision systems and widely available deep learning AI toolsets have been adopted in the enterprise. The next wave of robotics will be driven by the integration of these 3 technologies to reduce the cost and time-to-market of robotic systems by an order of magnitude or more. This in turn is changing the business model enabling solutions like robots-as-a-service or build-to-order robots.

 

This program will feature a Keynote Presentation and Panel Discussion to highlight the landscape of upcoming opportunities and provide advice on growing a startup company in the field.

 

Keynote Speaker:

 

Bran Ferren

Co-Founder & Chief Creative Officer

Applied Minds

 

Speakers:

 

Manuel Lombardini

CTO and Co-Founder

Aeromana

 

Peter Lee

Managing Partner

Embark Ventures

 

Ryan Sinnet

CTO and Co-Founder

Miso Robotics

 

Randolph Voorhies

Co-Founder & CTO

inVia Robotics

 

Producers:

 

Andy Tomat

Managing Director

Four Pillars, Inc.

 

Michael (Mickey) Krieger, Ph.D.

Attorney at Law

Krieger Law Office
UCLA Computer Science Department

 

Robbie Nock

Director, Entrepreneurship and Professional Practice

ArtCenter College of Design

 

Saturday, May 11th, 2019

Networking with refreshments from 8:00 – 9:00 AM / Program: 9:00 – 11:30 AM

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