This episode encompasses a double header of interviews, a recap of reports from the week, and the reintroduction of Eugene Demaitre as a cohost of the present.
We welcome Eugene Demaitre again to the present as he rejoins the editorial workers as editorial director at The Robotic Report and WTWH Media. Eugene co-founded this podcast along with Steve Crowe again in 2021 and final appeared on episode 28. However as we speak we welcome him again to the present as a co-host, and you may can anticipate to listen to from Eugene on future episodes, along with Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman.
This week’s first interview is with Craig Van den Avont, President at GAM Enterprises. GAM manufactures movement drives and different customized movement management options. Craig talks about how GAM helps its purchasers design and implement customized motors, gear trains, and controls for all sorts of robotic and movement programs. The corporate has been round for 20+ years and helps firms to optimize their designs and decrease total prices for constructing automation. For extra info take a look at: GAM Enterprises: gamweb.com
The second interview is with Mor Peretz, CEO and co-founder of CaPow. CaPow is a startup innovating with wi-fi energy supply for AMRs and AGVs. Their distinctive answer can repeatedly ship wi-fi energy, enabling cell robots’ distinctive operation and not using a conventional battery onboard. This answer opens up quite a lot of new working capabilities for cell machines and the corporate is piloting the answer with warehouse robotics, to assist energy these programs all through the whole workday with out pausing to recharge batteries. To study extra: capow.power