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RobotsForRobots: CES 2020 Robotics Trends and Review

Hi,

I travelled to CES this year and wanted to give you all an inside look at some of the amazing companies and trends in robotics this year. This video highlights a few companies I really like building the future of robotics technology and hardware. Let me know what you think, I’d love any feedback I can get! If you liked it, please subscribe and share with your colleagues!

I wouldn’t normally shamelessly plug, but there’s a few ROS Veterans featured including @Dejan_Pangercic and @davecrawley.

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Ouster: https://ouster.com/

Apex.AI: https://www.apex.ai/

Samsung: https://research.samsung.com/robot

LG: https://www.lg.com/global/lg-thinq-ap…

Ubiquity Robotics: https://www.ubiquityrobotics.com/

SLAMCore: https://www.slamcore.com/

- Steve

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For someone who’s never been to CES, that was pretty cool! I can see that the constant lights and noise might get overwhelming after a while, but I guess that’s what LG’s booth entrance is for. :wink:

Some constructive (I hope) criticism:

  • The Samsung segment sounded like a sales pitch, possibly due to too much marketing speak; perhaps your script just needs to be smoother?
  • Look at the lens, not the view finder
  • Smile!
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I have to say, that was one of the highlights of the show for me. I didn’t get to use even 10% of the footage of that that I took. Video doesn’t do it justice.

Thanks for the feedback! 100% agree on the me-on-camera stuff. I need to work on my “stage presence”.