From Prototype to Production: 5 Critical Focus Areas for Robotics OEMs
Originally Recorded August 16, 2022 | 11 AM - NOON ET
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
The current labor market challenges and the pressure to increase productivity and efficiency are driving increased demand for innovative robotics solutions across multiple industries. Robotics companies are under pressure to accelerate product launch and scale to meet demand. The most successful companies engage an experienced partner early in the product development cycle to ensure a safe transition from prototype to mass production.
In this webinar, Celestica’s Director of Robotics, Matthew Wicks, will discuss 5 critical areas ranging from product design through long-term lifecycle support that Robotics companies should focus on to mitigate challenges with bringing their solutions to market.
Key Takeaways: Attendees will learn the 5 critical areas ranging from product design through long-term lifecycle support that Robotics companies should focus on to mitigate challenges with bringing their solutions to market.
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Matthew Wicks, Director of RoboticsMatthew leads the strategic development of Celestica’s global robotics portfolio. In this role he brings his passion for robotics automation and over 25 years of experience in senior roles focused on the development of advanced robotics solutions. Matt's deep expertise also includes material handling solutions and automation integration into high-volume manufacturing and distribution systems. A recognized and respected thought leader, Matt is the Chair of the A3 Robotics Technical Strategy Board and proudly serves on the Association for Advancing Automation (A3) Board of Directors.
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