Oyster Bay, New York - 03 Sep 2014
ABI Research announces that robotics heavyweight Dan Kara has joined the company in the position of practice director. In his role at ABI Research he will focus on robotics innovation across various industries including consumer, construction, security, healthcare, agriculture, and education.
Before joining ABI Research, Dan was the Chief Research Officer and Co-founder at MYRIA RAS, a research and advisory services firm focused on automation, robotics and intelligent systems trends. Dan was also President of Robotics Trends, an integrated media and research firm serving the personal, service and mobile robotics markets. He was also developer and chairman of the RoboBusiness Conference and Exposition series, the RoboDevelopment Conference and Exposition series, the RoboNexus Conference and Exposition series, and the CES Robotics TechZone. In addition, Dan was the publisher of RoboticsTrends.com, an online portal covering the intelligent, mobile robotics market, and launched Robotics Business Review.Dan has also worked as Executive Vice President of Intermedia Group, Director of Research at Ullo International, and Chief Technical Officer of Software Productivity Group.
ABI Research Chief Research Officer Stuart Carlaw comments, “As the leading market research company charting the future of technology, the addition of Dan to our team will allow our clients to have access to the most comprehensive market information on what will prove to be one of the most significant future tech trends that will affect the way we work, travel, and live. Evolution in software, sensors, articulation, and manipulation now make robots a near-term opportunity rather than a long-term prospect.”
For more information about robotics, please visit ABI Research’s Robotics Market Research.
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