Welcome to Episode 64 of The Robotic Report Podcast, which brings conversations with robotics innovators straight to you. Be a part of us every week for discussions with main roboticists, revolutionary robotics firms, and different key members of the robotics neighborhood.
In immediately’s episode, Steve and Mike interview Fady Saad from Massrobotics and Eric Anderson from AWS Robotics about how MassRobotics and AWS are becoming a member of forces to allow younger robotics startups to speed up their development and growth. We be taught in regards to the new startup incubator program beginning in 2022 and the way your organization can take part. Make sure to test the present notes beneath for hyperlinks to use for the accelerator.
An data session in regards to the subsequent cohort for the AWS Robotics Startup Accelerator will happen on January 10. Test the MassRobotics event calendar for particulars.
Additionally on the present, we hear from Savioke CEO Steve Cousins about how a brand new function within the Savioke Relay+ is delighting prospects and setting the usual for social robotics interactions within the subject.
Steve and Mike additionally discuss in regards to the newest robotics information tales from the final week.
If you need to be a visitor on an upcoming episode of the podcast, or you probably have suggestions for future visitors or section concepts, contact Steve Crowe or Mike Oitzman. For sponsorship alternatives of The Robotic Report Podcast, contact Courtney Nagle for extra data.
Hyperlinks on this episode:
- AWS MassRobotics Accelerator Program (MassRobotics)
- AWS Robotics Accelerator Program Details (AWS)
- Become a resident at MassRobotics
- Build applications to help robots work together with AWS IoT RoboRunner (Weblog by Eric Anderson)
- AWS RoboRunner for Fleet Management (AWS)
- AWS Startup Programs
- Go away us a Voicemail
- Submit a presentation draft for the 2022 Robotics Summit in Boston MA
If you need to be a visitor on an upcoming episode of the podcast, or you probably have suggestions for future visitors or section concepts, contact Steve Crowe or Mike Oitzman.
For sponsorship alternatives of The Robotic Report Podcast, contact Courtney Nagle for extra data.
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