Nick Larson

RIGID ROBOTICS used MINExpo 2016 to launch an updated version of our DriveAssist™ collision avoidance and vehicle autonomy platform, as well as to showcase the all new CONDUCTOR™ aerial platform.

MINExpo 2020 3Hundreds of people visited RIGID ROBOTICS’ booth in the South Hall over the show’s 3 days. Our team greatly enjoyed the opportunity to reconnect with existing customers and partners from around the mining industry. We also made many new connections with people who share RIGID ROBOTICS’ vision for improving safety and cutting costs through automation.

Additionally, several members of the media joined us in order to learn about RIGID ROBOTICS’ solutions as well as the role of autonomy in the future of mining. We look forward to sharing their articles on our website as well as social media.

Finally, we reached tentative agreements to grow the RIGID ROBOTICS’ family and expand our global footprint.

We would like to say thanks to everyone that visited us at the show, especially those who traveled to Las Vegas just to see DriveAssist™ and CONDUCTOR™. It’s fair to say that we’re already excited for MINExpo 2020.

RIGID ROBOTICS’ Product Engineer Thomas Huryn (left), Business Development Coordinator Nick Larson (center), and CEO Mehran Motamed (right)