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What Startups Should Know About Customers Seeking Robotic Automation

CEO and Founder of RIOS, Dr. Bernard Casse, offered his perspective on "What Startups Should Know About Customers Seeking Robotic Automation." As published in Forbes on August 20th, 2021

What Startups Should Know About Customers Seeking Robotic Automation

Customers are ready to embrace robotics and automation, therefore it should be easy for a startup to get into a large company and immediately confirm the sale. Not so fast, Dr. Bernard Casse shares three realities for startups beginning their path to supply customers with bleeding-edge robotics and automated solutions.

  1. Fake Customers: Industrial Tourist or Looky-Loos

  2. Early Adopters Vs. Laggards

  3. Multiple Stakeholders in Complex Sales

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RIOS develops and deploys dexterous AI-powered robots to factory assembly lines and warehouses to help global customers automate their supply chain or logistics operations. We’ve developed a first-of-its-kind haptic intelligence platform for AI robots – this enables our robot to handle hard-to-automate tasks that typically require human-level-dexterity and involve manipulating thousands of SKUs. Our robots possess higher levels of dexterity, cognitive skills, and autonomy than today's robots and operate in unstructured environments.

Many companies are connecting with our team of automation experts to learn more about opportunities within their facilities to integrate robotic automation. RIOS encourages you to reach out very soon. You can sign up to be the first to know and get your spot on the waiting list: