IAM Robotics is thrilled to announce a new initiative: the Crazy Hard Robots podcast, premiering August 25. Spearheaded and hosted by founder and CTO, Tom Galluzzo, Crazy Hard Robots tells the stories of crazy-smart people and the ‘crazy hard’ problems they solved when creating technology of the future. Season 1 has 10 episodes.
Designed to appeal to a wide audience, Crazy Hard Robots shares stories from around the world, exploring the robotics industry, its leaders, trends and top companies, engaging both non-technical enthusiasts and industry practitioners along the way.
Listeners journey through the robotics ecosystem as Tom—a career robotics scientist and entrepreneur—chats with other scientists, entrepreneurs, investors, and technologists shaping the robotics industry.
“Crazy Hard Robots is a passion project for me because there’s so much surrounding this industry that needs to be talked about, and we don’t really have a platform to do that in an intensive yet approachable way,” says host Tom Galluzzo. “ It’s important to talk about robotics not only from a technological perspective, but also from the business end. Crazy Hard Robots strikes a balance between discussing the nuances of advanced robotics and the challenges of starting and maintaining a successful business in this field.”
Join in as Tom and his expert guests explore common (“Will robots take my job?”) and uncommon topics (“The economics of robotics”), debunk myths about robots, and discuss up-and-coming innovations.
Crazy Hard Robots is on Spotify, iTunes, Anchor, Stitcher, and wherever podcasts are available. To learn more about Crazy Hard Robots and to stay up to date on each new episode, visit crazyhardrobots.com. Don’t miss the first episode, August 25!
About IAM Robotics
IAM Robotics provides the premier material handling robotics solution with the Power to Move More.
We are dedicated to delivering adaptable, scalable, and comprehensive autonomous mobile robot material handling solutions that seamlessly integrate into any operational environment. Our robotics engineers and supply chain veterans work closely with partners and clients to model, simulate, and configure optimal solutions that keep their businesses competitive.
IAM Robotics was founded in 2012 and is proudly based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The company is home to over 70 employees and supports customers worldwide. To learn more, please visit iamrobotics.com.