Welcome to Episode 82 of The Robot Report Podcast, where each week Robot Report editor Steve Crowe and Mobile Robot Guide editor Mike Oitzman review the latest robotics, automation and intelligent systems news and announcements, and interview leading roboticists, leaders of innovative robotics companies, and other key members of the robotics community.
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In Episode 82 of The Robot Report Podcast, Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman are joined by Niels Jul Jacobsen, CEO of Danish startup Capra Robotics. Jul Jacobsen discusses the company’s innovative mobile robotics platform which uses a suspension system and unique wheel frame. He discusses why Capra utilizes ROS 2, the company’s work on developing indoor-outdoor applications and more.
Jul Jacobsen also shares the valuable lessons he learned founding, scaling and selling Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR), a developer of autonomous mobile robotics (AMRs). He relays a story about using his son’s Legos to build the first model of a MiR AMR and how RoboBusiness 2012 inspired him to launch the company.
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