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Robotics for All Podcast by AV&R

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At AV&R our mission is to humanize robotics. We decided to create this podcast series to help you demystify the world of robotics and discover what some of the brightest minds in the field are doing. Welcome to Robotics for All Podcast by AV&R!
8 Episodes
In this first episode of Robotics for All Podcast by AV&R, Michael Muldoon host of our show, with Yves Proteau from APN Global, take a dive into what the Roadmap for US Robotics report outlines as the major challenges manufacturing companies face implementing automation.  It is interesting to hear what Yves classifies as challenges versus what he says calls excuses. Yves outlines his journey buying his first cobot, to bringing his company, APN Global, to be recognized as the first 4.0 technology showcase in the Province of Quebec.For more information about the report (A Roadmap for US Robotics) mentioned in this podcast click here ➡️ Michael Muldoon’s role at AV&R ➡️ He is the Director of Product Development and his strategic spirit, focused on the industry’s evolution, has enabled the company to develop innovative products while remaining focused on market issues, and the current and future needs of customers. His goal? Maximize the potential of all, to conquer the world as a team! 
In this 2nd episode of Robotics for All Podcast by AV&R, Michael Muldoon host of our show, with Bryan Germann from Optomec, take a dive into 3D printing and robotics as they explore together a couple European Commission reports and the predictions and obstacles inside of them. It is interesting to have the perspective of an industry insider like Bryan who has brought forth several innovations in 3D printing and robotics. For more information about the two reports mentioned in this episode:The disruptive nature of 3D printing ➡️ Technologies for Industry – Product Watch 3D printing of hybrid components ➡️ Learn more about Bryan Germann & Optomec: ➡️ ➡️ ➡️ 
In this 3rd episode of Robotics for All Podcast by AV&R, Michael Muldoon host of our show, with Lentin Joseph, Author, Roboticist and Robotics Entrepreneur from India, take a dive into Open Source Robotics, Social Robots and much more. The Robotics field is hot right now. There is an explosion in startups raising capital not only in traditional areas such as manufacturing, but also in areas traditionally not thought possible like agriculture and transportation. In this conversation Lentin unpacks some of the topics and trends that helped to ignite this growth and we gain some fascinating insight into where some of this innovation is coming from. Learn more about Lentin Joseph and his company Qbotics Labs which helps today’s startups: ➡️➡️➡️ 
In this 4th episode of Robotics for All Podcast by AV&R, Michael Muldoon host of our show, with Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief of Medical Product Outsourcing and Orthopedic Design & Technology magazines, take a dive into on how the Medical Device industry is doing through the pandemic and then jump into the fascinating world of surgical robots. It is amazing how technology landscape has grown and how robotics has become an essential part of todays medical procedures!Learn more about Sean Fenske and his amazing work: ➡️ ➡️➡️ more information about the webinar series and article mentioned in this podcast:➡️ ➡️
In this 5th episode of Robotics for All Podcast by AV&R, Michael Muldoon host of our show, is joined by two great #3mers, Nathan Herbst and Scott Barnett. 3M has taken a lead role in promoting the advancement of Robotic Finishing by building several labs around the world to test all types of finishing applications.In this episode we compare notes on the best ways to solve finishing problems, the wide variety of language that is used to describe these processes and the detective work required to find the best path to success. It was a fun conversation; these guys have seen it all and hopefully there are some good pieces of advice for everyone looking to adopt robots.To learn more about 3M & AV&R’s collaboration building a finishing lab in Montreal: ➡️ To learn more about Nathan Herbst and Scott Barnett and their amazing work: ➡️➡️ more information about the primary seven abrasive applications, you can check out this IMTS talk by Scott and Nate:➡️
In this 6th episode of Robotics for All Podcast by AV&R, Michael Muldoon host of our show, with Pedro Gregorio, Specialist Engineer at MDA, take a dive into what is next for the rapidly growing satellite market and Pedro's unceasing innovation in robotics! In this episode we learn how the landscape of this market is rapidly changing with the acceleration of low orbit satellites and the increased space exploration. We also hear how MDA has embraced the opportunity and developed their own style of robotic automation to ramp up their production capacity and improved their quality systems. It is fascinating to listen to how Pedro’s career has progressed and the exciting innovations he has been part of along the way from satellite systems to the operating room, to our cell phones. To learn more about Pedro Gregorio and his amazing work at MDA: ➡️➡️ 
In this 7th episode of Robotics for All Podcast by AV&R, Michael Muldoon host of our show, with Lee Glazier, Head of Service Integrity at Rolls-Royce, take a dive into how they are using Artificial Intelligence while applying their Aletheia Framework to answer the vital question: is the AI is in fact safe, ethical and trustworthy.In this episode Lee paints an excellent picture of the potential impact of not understanding and examining AI as it is scaled into their business. The result is they have built a framework that helps them turn AI inside out and puts them in a leadership role in defining the level of ethical standards that will keep us all safe as we all get back to travelling.To learn more about Lee Glazier and the Aletheia Framework:➡️➡️ The Aletheia FrameworkTM➡️ The Aletheia FrameworkTM A3 worksheet v1.0➡️ The Aletheia FrameworkTM booklet
In this 8th episode of Robotics for All Podcast by AV&R, Michael Muldoon host of our show, talks with Audrey Boucher-Genesse, Coordonnatrice académique du baccalauréat en génie robotique at the Université de Sherbrooke. They take a dive into the Université de Sherbrooke's innovative Robotics Engineering bachelor’s program which focuses on project-based learning.In this conversation, we are joined by David Mailhot, our Director Robotic Finishing Development and together with Audrey we have the behind the scenes look into their unique approach to teaching robotics and raising the next generation of roboticists. The result is a group of students with a portfolio of innovative projects and unique skills! Audrey walks us through a few very impressive examples as we hear what it is like to study robotics in 2021.To learn more about Audrey Boucher-Genesse and the Robotics Engineering bachelor’s program:➡️ ➡️ Robotics Engineering bachelor’s program Links to the 3 videos mentioned in this podcast episode: ➡️ QuadrUS - Robot Quadrupède ➡️ Scarus - Robot SCARA ➡️ MIXUS 
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