Welcome to Episode 51 of The Robot Report Podcast, which brings conversations with robotics innovators straight to you. Join us each week for discussions with leading roboticists, innovative robotics companies, and other key members of the robotics community.
In this week’s episode, Steve and Mike review the news from the week, starting with the breaking story that Intel has decided to wind down its RealSense business – and what that apparently means. RealSense has become a staple for 3D imaging to drive robot picking and AMR navigation. Steve continues to investigate what will become of the RealSense solutions. We also discuss the reveal of the Tesla humanoid robot.
Finally, Steve and Mike have a conversation with Mark Gordon, founder and CEO of Stratom. Stratom is a veteran owned company that designs and builds autonomous solutions for the US military, including kits for bomb-disposal robots, all-terrain logistics AMRs and robotic refueling stations.
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Links mentioned in the show
- The Robot Report news about the Intel RealSense Camera.
- ROSCon 2021 cancels in-person event due to COVID-19.
- Stratom designs and builds autonomous mobile robots and autonomous refueling stations for the US military.