Automation made simple


Thursday, October 19, 2023


04:00 PM Europe/Berlin

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Join us for an enlightening webinar as we delve into the realm of automation and uncover how simplicity is at the heart of its transformative power. In an era of technological advancements, the concept of "Automation is Simple" takes center stage. We will explore how automation using wheel.me’s AMRs, is indeed a catalyst for streamlining processes across diverse industries.

A rough agenda as guideline:

  1. What is automation?
  2. How can robotics help with this?
  3. Advantages and disadvantages
  4. How can the transition to automation be made seamless?
  5. Ensuring safety & security
  6. Tips and how to try it out


Key Takeaways from the webinar:

  • Strategies to identify optimal areas for automation/AMRs implementation within businesses.
  • Unveiling the advantages of automation: heightened efficiency, error reduction, and amplified productivity.
  • A closer look at the dynamic interplay between automation and the workforce, highlighting evolving roles.
  • Addressing misconceptions and challenges around adopting automation while showcasing success stories.
  • Transitioning smoothly to automated processes: practical approaches for efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
  • Safeguarding data integrity and navigating compliance considerations in automated systems.
  • Fostering a culture of innovation and continuous improvement for harnessing the full potential of automation.
  • Insightful tips for organizations embarking on their automation journey, ensuring triumphant outcomes.

Saad Imtiaz

Saad Imtiaz (Senior Engineer, Elektor) is an embedded systems engineer with a background in Mechatronics Engineering. He has amassed experience across diverse industry sectors, collaborating with both national and international companies on projects spanning IoT, embedded systems, automation, and product development. His involvement in aviation and leadership of a technology start-up further showcase his expertise. Currently, Saad drives software and hardware project development within these domains.

Kai Kreos-Nemcok

Kai leads the commercial efforts at wheel.me helping the company enter new markets and identify projects with some of the biggest companies in the world. She has been working in the tech industry for several years and holds a MSc in Information Technology and E-Services. Before moving into the tech industry she worked for 6 years in consultancy for both the private and public sector leading the Estonia-Asia Trade Agency and building partnerships between companies and governments.

Casper Rødsrud

Casper is Head of Mechanics at wheel.me and has been leading the mechanical department since January 2023. With 8 talented engineers by his side, he and his team are continuously developing mechanical components for wheel.me’s robotic solutions. His passion lies in developing innovative solutions to complex challenges and bringing creative ideas to life.

Alexander Johansen

Alexander works as the Head of Robotics at wheel.me and leads the development and support of all the software running on the robotics system. He has worked at wheel.me for the past two years and with a diverse and talented team they tackle challenges ranging from robot localization, embedded interfaces, navigation and integration. With a master degree from NTNU in Cybernetics and Robotics and his previous experience in software engineering and project management he has found hos perfect fit at wheel.me. His passion lies in providing a user-friendly and robust robotics platform that makes automation easy.