Symbio Robotics Hiring J. Lee
The Symbio Robotics team is proud to announce the hiring of J. Lee, the company’s senior vice president of business development, to join the team and work directly with the Symbio team. Lee will be responsible for all development efforts for the Symbio platform. Lee will be in charge of all Symbio product teams, as well as other internal business division related teams as well as product lines outside of Symbio. He will also oversee Symbio Robotics and Symbio’s various divisions, both internal and external. Lee was previously the senior vice president of business development at Fintech accelerator, Blockchain Fund Inc. Previously, he served as the chief technology officer of blockchain startup BizCash.
Lee is also the president of the Blockchain Technology Society (BTS). In recognition of the award received from the BTS for “Outstanding Achievement in Business”, the company also appointed him as an honorary chief, as well as an associate of the society.
Lee has 10 years of experience in the fields of hardware engineering and software development for hardware, and six years of software development experience. He is most recently the vice president of marketing and business management at Fintech accelerator, Blockchain Fund Inc. He joined Fintech accelerator, Blockchain Fund Inc. as the chief technology officer in February, 2015. Before joining Fintech accelerator, Blockchain Fund Inc. Lee was a senior vice president of marketing and business management at Creditor, Inc. Prior to joining Creditor, Inc. Lee worked as the director of marketing and corporate marketing and vice president of strategic planning at Fintech accelerator, blockchain fund Inc.
Lee graduated from National Defense University, College of Engineering, where he earned his Bachelors and Masters degrees.
SymbioRobotics, Inc. provides a high-reliability and low-cost system architecture that supports building, controlling, and operating robotics platforms. SymbioRobotics’ patented and commercially developed robotic platforms are uniquely designed for a wide range of robotic applications, including construction, material handling, healthcare, power generation, and environmental science.
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Symbio Robotics has been growing since its early days of the Symbio Project. With its vision of the world’s first all-in-one software platform, the company was one of the first to develop a product that connected hardware and hardware/software. Since then, Symbio has helped to popularize hardware components and integrate them into their software solutions. With a well-deserved name, Symbio has become a popular player in the hardware-software integration market and is proud to provide key suppliers with a platform for the successful execution of these integration projects. With its platform, software packages can communicate and work with hardware to integrate them, and be easily maintained. The key suppliers of this platform are providing the software and hardware tools and interfaces for this integration through software. The Symbio Hardware Integration Platform (SHIP) has been developed by Symbio with the help of hardware partners such as AERON, ANET, CELTA, DOWR, Epson, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Jabil, Kuka, Logitech, Logitech, Leica, Lexmark and MSI.
● Integrating a hardware component like a camera.
● Integrating a software component like a software development kit.
● Complementing a software package (the software is written in C/C++ or C#).
● Integrating a third-party application component.
● Integrating a third-party hardware component.
● Integrating another type of hardware component.
● Integrating a device/component that is integrated into the Symbio solution.
● Integrating another type of hardware component that uses the Symbio solution.
● Integrating a hardware component that is integrated into a specific Symbio Solution.
● Integrating a hardware component that is independent of a Symbio Solution.
● Complementing a hardware component (e. , a camera).
● Complementing a software development kit.
Symbio Accelerating the Growth and Impact of Industrial Robots
The Symbio Corporation recently announced the availability of its latest industrial robot project, SymbioR, a 3. 2-ton robot made specifically for the automotive industry. The robot can lift and place packages containing up to 10 kilograms in a vertical position. The robot also has a camera and GPS navigation system, which are powered by the SymbioR’s 12V and 1A power supplies, respectively. The robot can operate for up to 5 hours daily when connected to a data-logging and data-transmission module. The robot is programmed with a set of standard instructions from Symbio, which can be quickly downloaded onto the robot’s memory and then updated in real-time as new information becomes available. The robot is designed to enable the use of the Industrial Robot Network (IRN) for industrial automation without needing a separate control network. With the availability of the software and robot, SymbioR provides a unique solution to the need for robots in the automotive manufacturing industry. Source: Symbio Corporation www.
Rugged automation is critical to the future in industries ranging from automobiles to electronics and mining. Automation solutions are needed to meet the needs of all industries, but the automotive industry alone accounts for 75% of all industrial automation systems in North America and is projected to make up 85% by 2020. Automation in the automotive plant is currently limited to robotic systems and sensors and is expensive to install, maintain and operate. The automotive industry currently is facing a number of hurdles to achieving automation, such as insufficient funding for maintenance and operations, long-range planning, and a highly fragmented industry.
A lack of visibility of the automotive industry’s current challenges and opportunities can be traced back to a lack of recognition of the importance of robotics and the industrial revolution. At present, the automotive industry is often perceived as a place “where robots wait for order to come to them. ” This perception is not entirely accurate, however. Automation is increasingly needed in manufacturing plants. While it can be argued that automation in automotive plants is a cost effective solution to meeting customer service requirements, it is also a high growth area for robotics and automation, as the industry faces the need for further automation beyond current capabilities.
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a robot: a SymbioCAD robot.
aircraft hangars, as well as in the construction of roads and airports.
software system that allows us to share our developments.
in particular in industrial and construction environments.
or where it can work in difficult and unstable conditions.
Christoph Schuh, from the RWTH Aachen University.
Programmable Robot Technology Initiative (IPRTI).
and pneumatic lift arm.
between 0 and 20 meters.
maneuver the robot.
This is the first symbiotic robot developed since 1995.
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