RAPID+TCT 2023: Asylon Robotics Takes Additive In-House for Custom Parts

Chief Technology Officer Adam Mohamed on why his robot security company uses in-house additive to streamline development.

Asylon Robotics uses configurable sensor packages carried by Boston Dynamics robot chassis to handle a wide range of security tasks without boots on the ground. The company develops bespoke security payloads in-house with additive technology. Asylon CTO Adam Mohamed explains the benefits.

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