Elementary Robotics with Arye Barnehama

Factories require quality assurance work. That QA work can be accomplished by a robot with a camera together with computer vision. This allows for sophisticated inspection techniques that do not require as much manual effort on the part of a human.

Arye Barnehama is a founder of Elementary Robotics, a company that makes these kinds of robots. Arye joins the show to talk through the engineering of Elementary Robotics, and his vision for the future of the factory floor.

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