Dexterity’s Samir Menon on Robotic Choosing. Plus SPAC Issues and China’s Tech Crackdown.
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Dexterity’s Samir Menon on Robotic Choosing. Plus SPAC Issues and China’s Tech Crackdown.

On this Robotic Report podcast, Dexterity CEO Samir Menon discusses funding and creating a full-stack robotic choosing answer. Additionally, Plus’ SPAC difficulties and Garick’s final mile supply answer.

Dexterity’s Samir Menon on Robotic Picking. Plus SPAC Problems and China’s Tech Crackdown.

Welcome to Episode 62 of The Robotic Report Podcast, the place every week Robotic Report editor Steve Crowe and Cell Robotic Information editor Mike Oitzman evaluation the newest robotics, automation and clever methods information and bulletins, and interview main roboticists, leaders of progressive robotics firms, and different key members of the robotics neighborhood.

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In Episode 62 of The Robotic Report Podcast, Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman communicate with Samir Menon, founder and CEO of Dexterity Inc. Dexterity, which has already raised greater than $200 million because it was based in 2017, is valued at greater than $1.4 billion. The corporate emerged from stealth mode in July 2020. The group discusses Dexterity’s fast development and its method to creating full-stack robotic choosing for logistics, provide chain, and warehousing functions. Menon additionally famous the challenges and alternative for the methods and way more.

Steve Crowe and Oitzman additionally recap some main developments for autonomous vans, together with Plus and Hennessy Capital calling off their SPAC merger as a consequence of regulatory hurdles in China. Additionally they talk about Gatik’s progress in direction of totally driverless middle-mile logistics for Walmart and extra.

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