Ross Blum, the President and COO of Skyline Robotics a company that is changing a 40 billion dollar window washing industry again joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is on association with the Technology Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Ross Blum discuss the following:
Since we last spoke, you are now really ramping things up in NY city with your Window Washing Robot. What is the BIG deal you recently made with Durst Ventures?
What are some of the icon buildings we will soon see Ozmo working on in NY?
What does the robot actually do while working?
How are these robots going to automate the workforce in the future? What other tasks can they perform?
Why is it so important to automate the window washing industry? How big is the opportunity?
Ross Blum is President and COO at Skyline Robotics. In his role, Ross oversees day-to-day operations in both Israel and the USA.
Prior to Skyline, Ross served as COO of Quidd, a Sequoia Capital-backed startup, where he developed and oversaw strategies across cross-functional teams to drive business results, managing all elements of day-to-day operations. Ross led the sale of Quidd to Animoca Brands, completed in Q4 2020.
Also in his career, Ross served as CAO for pingmd, where he led the sale of the company in December 2016. Ross holds a J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of law, an M.S. from Georgetown University in Sports Management, and a B.S. in Business Management from Babson College.
Skyline Robotics News & Latest:
Skyline Robotics’ mission to protect and preserve New York’s iconic skyline just took a big step forward. Skyline Robotics is disrupting the $40B window cleaning industry by offering a smarter, faster, safer, and more economical alternative to human window washers
The makers of OZMO, the world’s first robotic-armed window cleaner, have received a key investment from commercial and residential real estate giant, Durst Ventures, an affiliate of The Durst Organization.
The Durst Organization owns some of New York’s most notable skyscrapers including One Bryant Park, One World Trade Center and 151 West 42nd Street. The Durst investment will further Skyline’s development and deployment of OZMO to automate the future of window washing.
Skyline’s flagship robot, OZMO, combines artificial intelligence, machine learning and computer vision with advanced robotics and sensors. Targeting high-risk skyscraper windows, the smart, automated service robot has proven to clean three times faster than traditional window washers without missing a spot. OZMO is still operated by humans resulting in a collaborative relationship that keeps humans out of harm’s way. To see OZMO in action, watch this video.
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