Keith Shaw is the Editor-in-chief for Robotics Business Review. An award-winning journalist, he has worked as an editor for Network World, Computerworld and various newspapers across Massachusetts, New York, and Florida. He holds a degree in journalism from Syracuse University.
Andrew Williams is European Editor for Robotics Business Review. He is a freelance science and technology journalist based in Cardiff, Wales. His writing has featured in a wide range of publications, including Physics World, Chemistry World, Engineering & Technology, and NASA Astrobiology Magazine.
Ed O'Brien has extensive experience in marketing, market research, strategy, and operations. He has held roles in enterprise software, manufacturing, and consulting. O'Brien has researched and written over 150 syndicated industry reports, as well as managing of numerous consulting projects for clients. He also has an MBA from Bentley University and a BS degree in business administration from Boston University.
Jim Romeo is a freelance copywriter based in Chesapeake, Va. He is an experienced engineer with an MBA from Columbia University. His writing focuses on business and technology topics.
Kayla Matthews is a technology journalist and robotics writer whose work has appeared on InformationWeek, WIRED, RoboticsTomorrow, and Robotiq’s blog. To read more posts from Kayla, visit her blog, Productivity Bytes.
Linda Rosencrance is a freelance writer/editor and author in the Boston area. She has over 25 years experience as a reporter/investigative reporter and has been writing about IT since 1999. Rosencrance writes for a number of technology publications and covers a variety of subjects, including Microsoft Dynamics products, robotics, network management, secure mobile app development, cybersecurity, edge computing, privacy, cloud computing, DevOps, BI, big data, analytics, blockchain, HR, CRM, ERP, and all things enterprise IT. Rosencrance is also the author of six true crime books for Kensington Publishing Corp.
The Market Spec Group was founded to deliver best practices, market insights, and strategic guidance for the industrial automation and service robotics markets. For over 25 years, Mike Oitzman worked for market leading companies such as Adept Technology, Remedy/BMC Software, and Hewlett-Packard. At HP, he helped introduce the first generation of HP’s cloud-based solutions and led the product management team for HP’s largest SaaS solution. Oitzman is a recognized speaker and expert in the “Robots-as-a-Service” and mobile robot markets.
Neal Weinberg is a freelance technology writer and editor, with experience as a technology business writer for daily newspapers, and as a writer and editor for technology publications such as Computerworld and Network World. He can be reached at LinkedIn or via his Mister Write website.
Britt is the owner of S&P Enterprises, and a technology writer who lives in the greater Chicago area. His work has appeared in several national technology, financial services and business publications, including magazines, newsletters, conference dailies and online sites.
Peter van der Schaft is the founder and CEO of DSP Advice, a European strategy, issues management, lobbying, and communications consultancy with roots in the Netherlands. He has worked with dozens of entrepreneurs, tech firms, and trade associations on the political, economic, and social aspects of new technologies including robotics, nanotechnology, AI, and IT, and he often writes about these topics for Dutch and European media.
Tim Hornyak is a freelance science and technology journalist based in Tokyo. He is also the author of Loving the Machine: The Art and Science of Japanese Robots. Hornyak has worked as Tokyo correspondent for IDG News, producing articles and videos for websites such as Computerworld, Macworld, and Network World. He has also contributed to media such as Nature, Scientific American, National Geographic News, and the MIT Technology Review.
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