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Robots Changing Tires with Victor Darolfi's Robotire The Robot Industry Podcast

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Welcome to The Robot Industry Podcast for episode #59. For this edition, I welcome Victor Darolfi from Robotire. Victor and his team are attempting to change the retail automotive service department by adding, you guessed it: robots and automation.



The first area and low hanging fruit of the retail car store service department is changing automotive car tires. It is a perfect example of dull, dirty and monotonous work - a great target for robots and automation.



Here are some of my questions:



How did you get started?How important was Y combinator?Value propositionHow does the system work?What is the vision and what is the ROI for a system?Who are Robotire's Bulls Eye Customers?What are your big challengesWhat is next for Robotire?How can people get a hold of you?



Enjoy the podcast!



Regards,



Jim



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Thanks to our Victor and our partners, A3 The Association for Advancing Automation and PaintedRobot.



If you would like to find out more about Robotire, here is the link to their LinkedIn profile you can find Victor on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/victor-darolfi-92b17311/



If you would like to get involved with The Robot Industry Podcast, would like to become a guest or nominate someone, you can find me, Jim Beretta on LinkedIn or send me an email to therobotindustry at gmail dot com, no spaces.



Our sponsor for this episode is Ehrhardt Automation Systems. Ehrhardt Automation builds and commissions turnkey automated solutions for their worldwide clients. With over 80 years of precision manufacturing they understand the complex world of automated manufacturing, project management, supply chain and delivering world-class custom automation on-time and on-budget. Contact one of their sales engineers to see what Ehrhardt can build for you at info@ehrhardtautomation.com



Keywords and terms for this podcast: Robotire, Victor Darolfi, automotive service, robots, robotics, car tires, car tyres, Y Combinator #therobotindustrypodcast.

Welcome to The Robot Industry Podcast for episode #59. For this edition, I welcome Victor Darolfi from Robotire. Victor and his team are attempting to change the retail automotive service department by adding, you guessed it: robots and automation.



The first area and low hanging fruit of the retail car store service department is changing automotive car tires. It is a perfect example of dull, dirty and monotonous work - a great target for robots and automation.



Here are some of my questions:



How did you get started?How important was Y combinator?Value propositionHow does the system work?What is the vision and what is the ROI for a system?Who are Robotire's Bulls Eye Customers?What are your big challengesWhat is next for Robotire?How can people get a hold of you?



Enjoy the podcast!



Regards,



Jim



Customer Attraction | The Robot Industry Podcast



Thanks to our Victor and our partners, A3 The Association for Advancing Automation and PaintedRobot.



If you would like to find out more about Robotire, here is the link to their LinkedIn profile you can find Victor on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/victor-darolfi-92b17311/



If you would like to get involved with The Robot Industry Podcast, would like to become a guest or nominate someone, you can find me, Jim Beretta on LinkedIn or send me an email to therobotindustry at gmail dot com, no spaces.



Our sponsor for this episode is Ehrhardt Automation Systems. Ehrhardt Automation builds and commissions turnkey automated solutions for their worldwide clients. With over 80 years of precision manufacturing they understand the complex world of automated manufacturing, project management, supply chain and delivering world-class custom automation on-time and on-budget. Contact one of their sales engineers to see what Ehrhardt can build for you at info@ehrhardtautomation.com



Keywords and terms for this podcast: Robotire, Victor Darolfi, automotive service, robots, robotics, car tires, car tyres, Y Combinator #therobotindustrypodcast.

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