Trust and Robotic Systems
For a robotic system, trust is about the system engaging as expected, in a consistent manner, time and time again. This concept is not unique to robotics systems; it is true for any engineered system.
The Role of Trust in Hardware Design
How we design our hardware drives the confidence our customers have in us and their decision to use our products. From a mechanical standpoint, a big part of trust relates to the durability and the reliability of the product.
Meet Our Leaders: A Conversation with Gabe Mayo
Shield AI’s VP of Hardware Engineering Gabe Mayo on why he became an engineer, his design inspirations, and why it is important to solve hard problems.
Shield AI Fundamentals: On Path Planning & Controls
Path planning and controls are fundamental building blocks of autonomy. Together, the two concepts enable a robotic system to formulate a path from point A to point B and then generate motor commands to execute travel along that path.
Why is it Important to Build Trust as a Leader?
Shield AI co-founder and COO Brandon Tseng provides his thoughts on the role trust plays in effective leadership.
Seven Questions I Ask in Every Interview
Shield AI’s co-founder and CEO Ryan Tseng shares the list of questions he asks in each interview he conducts.
Shield AI Fundamentals: On the Evolution of State Estimation
Head of Autonomy Peter Lommel explains how state estimation systems have changed over the last few decades and what makes state estimation different in GPS-denied environments.
Shield AI Fundamentals: On the Challenges of State Estimation
Shield AI’s Head of Autonomy Peter Lommel discusses state estimation’s inherent challenges. Specifically, the challenge of fusing together a number of imperfect, incomplete and indirect sources of information to determine a best estimate.