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Micropsi Industries Names Managing Director



Dominik Boesl

Artificial intelligence (AI) company Micropsi Industries has named robotics and AI expert Dominik Boesl as its Managing Director. Working alongside company founder and CEO Ronnie Vuine, Boesl is now responsible for further developing MIRAI, a ready-to-use AI system that enables industrial robots to automate previously manual manufacturing processes.

"Dominik is a real computer scientist, as befits the head of an R&D-heavy software company," Vuine said. "At the same time, he is a high-profile industrial robotics specialist. This is an ideal combination and a stroke of luck for us. We will be implementing some very exciting things together in the coming months and years."

After initial positions at Siemens AG, Fujitsu-Siemens and Microsoft, the computer science graduate with an executive MBA from Pittsburgh University moved to automation specialists such as KUKA Group and Festo. Since 2007, Boesl has also held a teaching and research position at the Technical University of Munich. He joined the HDBW-University in Munich in the Department of Computer Science as a professor in 2019.

After more than 22 years with large corporations, Boesl joins a 40-strong company to advance the development of MIRAI. "The control system enables industrial robots to perceive their environment via cameras and continuously adapt their movements to it with AI. This means that for the first time, robots are able to deal with variances and changes in the workspace in real time," said a company spokesperson.

"We want to make the previously impossible possible, which we have already succeeded in doing in many areas," Boesl said. "This is proven by the successful MIRAI applications at Siemens Energy, BSH, ZF Group and Daimler. For the first time, Micropsi has automated highly complex and previously manual activities that are in particular demand in the industry, including assembly, cable plugging and leakage testing. Now, the aim is to identify new applications across new markets."

"Our second goal is to further advance the democratization of robotics," Boesl added. "We want to unlock the benefits of cutting-edge AI technology for even more people. Customers and partners can look forward to new breakthrough applications that harness the full potential of this technology. To achieve this, we take a holistic approach to robotics and AI and address concrete challenges in everyday production."

For more information contact:

Micropsi Industries USA, Inc.

149 New Montgomery St., 4th Floor

San Francisco, CA 94105

718-440-7353

contact@micropsi-industries.com

www.micropsi-industries.com

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