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Is Buying a GM Vehicle Good for the Robotics Industry?

POSTED 10/02/2009

Have you ever tried something once and had such a bad experience you never tried it again? For some people, it might be a brand of car. For others, it might be a robot or machine vision. In his blog, RIA President, Jeff Burnstein, reflects on the similarity between user experiences in the automotive and high tech manufacturing markets. My, how things change

Jeff Burnstein has been with RIA since 1983. Today he serves as the association's President, and also President of the Automation Technologies Council, the parent group for RIA and its two sister trade groups, the Automated Imaging Association and the Motion Control Association. He hopes this blog will inspire lively discussions among RIA members and encourage members to add their own blogs to Robotics Online.