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S1 E7: How are AMRs impacting academic research? Featuring Dr. Alexander Wyglinski

November 12, 2020 SICK, Inc. Season 1 Episode 8
On Air With SICK USA
S1 E7: How are AMRs impacting academic research? Featuring Dr. Alexander Wyglinski
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On Air With SICK USA
S1 E7: How are AMRs impacting academic research? Featuring Dr. Alexander Wyglinski
Nov 12, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8
SICK, Inc.

In today's episode, Rolf Agner is joined by Dr. Alexander Wyglinski, Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts. Dr. Wyglinski is an internationally recognized expert in wireless communications, cognitive radio, 5G, connected vehicles, software-defined radio, dynamic spectrum access, electromagnetic security, vehicular technology, wireless system optimization and adaptation, autonomous vehicles, and cyber-physical systems. 

These two discuss how AMRs and mobile robots have impacted academic research and how more young students are developing an interest in the field of robotics. 

As always, if you have any questions, let us know at info@sick.com!

Show Notes

In today's episode, Rolf Agner is joined by Dr. Alexander Wyglinski, Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts. Dr. Wyglinski is an internationally recognized expert in wireless communications, cognitive radio, 5G, connected vehicles, software-defined radio, dynamic spectrum access, electromagnetic security, vehicular technology, wireless system optimization and adaptation, autonomous vehicles, and cyber-physical systems. 

These two discuss how AMRs and mobile robots have impacted academic research and how more young students are developing an interest in the field of robotics. 

As always, if you have any questions, let us know at info@sick.com!