Fascinating discussions on the rise of self-driving vehicles, including interviews with industry leaders, technical conversations with engineers, and other stories, hosted by Luke Renner. To learn more, visit https://cyngn.com.
How Autonomous Vehicles Can Help You Build Supply Chain Resiliency
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a shift in the supply chain as companies were forced to face the unpredictable nature of our world. Consumer behaviors, workflow processes, and even the ability to socially interact, changed. With this, the production of goods and services drastically slowed as a result of clogged ports, labor shortages, spikes in demand, material shortages, and much more. These disruptions accelerated the need for businesses to innovate and build a more resilient supply chain. My guest today is Melanie Stone. She recently wrote an article on the ways that autonomous vehicle technology can help us build supply chain resilience and today, we’re going to dive into what she’s discovered.
Read the original article on supply chain resiliency here.
Supercharging Productivity at 3rd Party Logistics Company with Autonomous Vehicles
Cyngn recently conducted a study on the productivity gains that our client, Global Logistics and Fulfillment, enjoyed after deploying DriveMod to their warehouse. Today, we welcome Jacob Green, a business manager at Cyngn, who conducted the study, to dive into the results of how an autonomous vehicle deployment changed how this 3PL does business.
To download the full case study, click here.
The Women of Cyngn
It’s women’s history month so today we’re going to do something a little different. Luke hands over hosting duties to Niki Bossonis where she leads a discussion with a few Cyngn women: Emily Macnamara, Ashley Hemmingway, and Azalea Phangsoa. It’s a frank conversation about the gender pay gap, how assertive women are allowed to be in the workplace, and what makes them hopeful about how corporate America is changing. Enjoy!
Our guest today is Raymond Wang. Raymond is the Chief Executive Officer of Greenland Technologies, which develops clean and sustainable machinery and technologies for the global industrial market. He joined the company in 2019 as CEO when Greenland went public on the NASDAQ (GTEC). Prior to joining Greenland, he has led roles in finance, third-party logistics and emerging tech. Raymond is a graduate of Rutgers University and is based in New Jersey. Raymond joins us today as a representative of Greenland, which recently announced a partnership with Cyngn to bring autonomous capabilities to their industrial vehicle fleet.
Robotics as a Service
My guests today are Ben Landen and Jordan Stern. Ben is the VP of Business Development and Jordan is the Director of Product Management here at Cyngn.
Today we are going to discuss Robotics as a Service. Robotics as a Service represents a new paradigm where key assets at your organizations are rented instead of owned. ABI research predicts that there will be 1.3 million RaaS installations by 2026, generating over $34 billion in revenue.
For Cyngn, Robotics as a Service represents the easiest way for us to put autonomous vehicle technology in customer’s hands — without requiring them to staff up a maintenance team or a crew of engineers to get the most value out of such a cutting edge investment.
In this conversation, we’ll discuss Robotics as a Service and dive into the ways this shifting paradigm will make it easier to tap into new technologies and get work done.
How Companies Benefit from Private 5G Networks
New Cyngn Strategic Business Developer, Jason Kenagy, joins the podcast to discuss the rise of private 5G networks and how it will help enterprise organizations achieve their autonomous vehicle goals of the future.
Been Listening to All 3 Episodes So Far
What I love about this podcast is that it’s super short. You get nice snippets into the changes in the self-driving car space from people who are actually building there. It’s fun following along in their journey and learning more about the transformation that’s coming.
Autonomous Vehicle Insights from the people who are building it.
This podcast is really fantastic. Looking forward to diving in deeper!
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