Bright Machines was named a 2020 BloombergNEF Pioneer. Learn more. We led an effort with Impact Lab and iCobots to create a smart automation testing line for Covid-19. Our Senior Director of Software Engineering and the Vice President of Engineering take you behind the scenes to show you the Bright Machines Microfactory.
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For many products, proper screwdriving is a key factory skill needed for subcomponent and final housing assembly. Improper screwdriving can lead to product defects and poor product quality. Join Stevan Dobrasevic, Product… Utility companies are increasingly using smart meters to measure the consumption of utilities such as electricity and gas. The production of smart meters requires many assembly steps involving tasks like pick and… The manufacturing of today’s products requires assembly skills such as screwdriving, dispensing, insertions of heat sinks and DIMM cards, soldering, labeling, and pick and place for component subassembly. The costs of implementing…
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July 14, 2020 Bright Machines named a 2020 BloombergNEF Pioneer, selected for our innovative technology, potential to scale, and industry momentum. July 1, 2020 Bright Machines’ CFO, Pat O’Malley, describes how our vision for the next generation of automation drew him to his new role. June 24, 2020 Bright Machines Microfactory reaches one year milestone, enabling customers to improve scale, efficiency and quality.
Bright Machines included on this year's list of winners for our innovation and momentum. Bright Machines CEO Amar Hanspal sets the record straight about industrial automation. This is the question the author has been trying to investigate. He spoke to several technology leaders, including Bright Machines CEO, Amar Hanspal.