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Carnegie Robotics LLC
Phone: (412) 251-0321
4501 Hatfield Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Place Stereo camera KE in every place possible;
Mechanical integration (phase 2 UVP)
Rugged, durable, reliable
Mom approved copy
Long standing clients - Caterpillar, the US Army
Recruitment focused, impress potential employees
Do not use existing site as a template
Copy should be as concise as possible
- I like the details of this page as is w a clear timeline. I’ll inform kw placement once we do the KW research on what we land on for exact terminology.
- Very humanized with candid employee shots that tell a story (similar to what you did for psionic – Just an idea?)
- Avoid a simple grid with headshots and bios
- Very personalized. Maybe in the future we can have “testimonial-like” videos of employees telling their story at CRL? (phase 2 idea)
- Inspo: https://aurora.tech/careers
- Engineering Autonomy: Full Stack Autonomous Solutions; Make platforms fully or semi autonomous;Establish new autonomous systems, or enhance existing ones. (combine w above)
- Hardware: State-of-the-art camera and positioning systems; in house production & service.
- Manufacturing: benefits- quick production, and in house service for repairs (better words) (This is a value to OEM to convert- include on product page to overview then phase 2 expanding to it’s own LP) Integrated Systems of Record (advanced sophisticated rich production management data managements and data sets, RFID tool scan, recording the entire manufacturing process to isolate any issues;