GRASP ROBOTICS CAREER DAY
March 15th, 2019
12:30pm to 3:30pm
Join us for our Robotics Career Day!
Meet with local and national companies whose work focus on robotics and engineering.
We encourage that you bring your resume to share with companies.
RSVP is not required.
Information about companies attending:
We are a Philadelphia robotics startup with the mission to solve the labor problem facing farmers by making robots like Wall-E a reality. To do this, we are starting first with a collaborative robotic platform called Burro, that helps people work more productively and builds a base for the future where farming is fully autonomous.
Our team includes robotic startup veterans with deep experience in computer vision, robotics, and deep learning, as well as entrepreneurs with direct experience selling and marketing Ag machinery with some of the world’s largest companies. We get up every day excited to build the future, where robots do all tedious tasks outdoors. www.augeanrobotics.com
BAE Systems, Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of BAE Systems plc, an international defense, aerospace and security company which delivers a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support services.
The Multi-scale, Mixed-domain, Mixed-autonomy Teams for Resourceful Operations (M3TRO) Group draws from various disciplines – including mathematics, physics, control theory, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cognitive architectures, operations research, computational social science, and game theory – to advance the state-of-the-art in complex system analysis, interactive analytics, and coordinated adaptive systems.
M3TRO is housed mainly in Arlington, VA, and has immediate need for intelligent systems researchers.
Exyn is a spin-off of GRASP Labs at UPenn. We provide a complete solution for aerial autonomy. we are focused on developing the foundational software components and core algorithms to enable self-contained, safe and reliable autonomy in GPS-denied environments. Exyn’s aerial robots automate data acquisition and can go where it may be hazardous for humans to operate. Our systems have been successfully demonstrated in challenging real-world environments including deep mines and industrial warehouses. https://www.exyn.com/
Ghost Robotics™ is revolutionizing legged robotics and the market for autonomous unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) used on unstructured terrain for industrial, mining and energy, defense and public safety applications. Our quadrupedal UGVs (Q-UGVs) are unstoppable.
Beyond all-terrain operation, a core design principle for our legged robots is reduced mechanical complexity with total software (SDK) control when compared to other legged and traditional wheeled and tracked UGVs on the market. By reducing complexity, we inherently increase durability, agility and battery life, and reduce the cost to build and deploy autonomous robots. Our modular design model allows ecosystem vendors to build solution specific Q-UGVs for virtually any use-case. https://www.ghostrobotics.io/
Greppo Technologies LLC
Medical device platform technology based on steerable technology for solid tissue targets.
IQ Motion Control
Spun out of University of Pennsylvania, IQ Motion Control makes high performance servo motors for devices like drones, 3D printers, industrial machinery, and more.
Nokia Bell Labs
Nokia is a global leader in the technologies that connect people and things. Nokia Bell Labs is a global collective of the world’s brightest minds, working to create the network of the future. Bell Labs defines Nokia’s technological and architectural vision for the ICT industry, identifies the key challenges in this vision and invents solutions that are an order of magnitude (10X) better than existing solutions. It advises the industry on the economics of the vision and underlying technologies, and how best to transform to most efficiently achieve the goals. Driving thought leadership among customers and the industry strengthens Nokia’s role as a market leader and creator.
Oceaneering Mobile Robotics Innovation Lab
Oceaneering Advanced Technologies’ commercial groups (Oceaneering AGV Systems and Oceaneering Entertainment Systems) are pushing the boundaries of mobile robotics in developing and deploying customized and integrated solutions to the world’s top brands in the automotive, manufacturing, and theme park industries. We deliver mission-critical systems in material handling processes, as well as state-of-the-art trackless rides for unparalleled experiences. Our Mobile Robotics Innovation Lab pursues next-generation products and capabilities to serve outdoor logistics and rugged operations markets, integrating cutting-edge technologies and leveraging Oceaneering’s expertise in fleet control, systems engineering and analytics. The Innovation Lab is located in Oceaneering’s Hanover, MD, campus, just south of Baltimore. www.oceaneering.com.
Penn State Applied Research Lab
Penn State’s Applied Research Laboratory (ARL) serves as a center of research excellence in undersea science and technology. ARL conducts basic and applied research, exploratory development, and advanced development in support of the Navy; contributes to the educational objectives and research goals of Penn State; and promotes the transfer of advanced technology to the government.
The Navigation Research & Development Center (NRDC) in Warminster, PA is a satellite campus of ARL focused on developing the most advanced navigation technologies in the world, built around a unique laboratory specially designed to test incredibly sensitive navigation sensors. The mission of the NRDC is to provide expert knowledge in navigation systems for our Navy, Army, and other DoD sponsors. http://www.arl.psu.edu/
Qualcomm Technologies Inc
Qualcomm is a semiconductor and telecommunications company that designs and markets wireless telecommunications products and services. https://www.qualcomm.com/
The Robotic Research, LLC technical staff plays key roles in major Department of Defense unmanned ground system programs (DoD Programs). Robotic Research team members designed and developed the autonomous mobility software for most autonomous ground robotic systems currently in use by the U. S. Army. https://www.roboticresearch.com/
SRI is an independent, nonprofit research center that works with clients to take the most advanced R&D from the laboratory to the marketplace. Serving government and industry, we collaborate across technical and scientific disciplines to generate real innovation and create high value for our clients. We invent solutions that solve your most challenging problems today and look ahead to the needs of the future. For more than 70 years, we’ve led the discovery and design of ground-breaking products, technologies, and industries – from Siri and online banking to medical ultrasound, cancer treatments, and much more.
At SRI, we’re inventing a better future together. https://www.sri.com/