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​Mike Oitzman Bio

​Founder, Publisher, Managing Editor

The Mobile Robot Guide


​The Mobile Robot Guide was founded to deliver best practices, market insights and strategic guidance to autonomous mobile robot buyers and end users. The goal of the publication is to help buyers make informed choices in their industrial automation and service robotics purchases.

For over 25 years, Mike Oitzman has passionately pursued a career in both inbound and outbound product marketing, working for market leading companies such as Adept Technology, Remedy/BMC Software and Hewlett Packard.

Mike spent 15 years at Adept Technology, where he managed the Adept mobile robot business prior to the OMRON acquisition. It was here that Mike recognized the growth opportunity in the mobile robot market and the immaturity of the buying process. The Mobile Robot Guide was launched to fill the need for accurate and timely information for the target buyers in this market.

Mike is available for hire to research and author custom market/competitive research reports, whitepapers, guest blog articles, or to speak/present at your event.

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Contact Information: mike (at) mobilerobotguide.com



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