Forming a Working Relationship with RoboGnosis

RoboGnosis is constantly on the move creating new bots or helping people to find solutions to their problems. Maybe you have a challenge that you need to solve and would like our help.  So what is it like working with RoboGnosis?

In most cases we have a very direct line of working approach that is not tied to a particular project management system but works very well for us.

Step 1 – Introduction

We usually start with an introduction to get to know who you are and what the problem is.  Can we help you with your problem?  If not, can we point you in the right direction?  We firmly believe that by helping people arrive at a solution, regardless of our later involvement, that we develop a better corporate culture that is tuned more towards finding solutions than helping our own self interests.  Many times we have helped people that we have steered another direction that have turned back to us for additional help.

Step 2 – Analysis

In this step we take a good hard look at the situation and work with your team to create a project scope.  This process can take some time and can include things such as technical requirements, environmental requirements, concept drawings etc.  The goal in this phase is to determine exactly what your requirements are. At the end of this process we submit a scope and budget for approval to build either a proof of concept or prototype – depending on the project.

Step 3 – First Build

Sometimes this is a proof of concept and sometimes this is a full prototype but regardless this is usually an iterative process.  In this phase we build the physical bot with the technology on board for testing and further refinement.  Prototypes will often be used for videos or shows during the process.

Step 4 – Design for Production

At this phase the design is sent to engineers who review the design and develop the plan for a production model.  This often is again iterative and will include some slight redesign and modification. Once approved the bot is moved into production.

Step 5 – Production

After the model has been approved we then allocate resources based upon forecasting by the client.  For example the client may want a certain number of bots to deploy at certain times.

While all of this may seem daunting it is really just five simple steps.  Step 1 costs nothing at all so feel free to give us a call or send us a quick message HERE.

Posted on August 24, 2017 in Corporate Information, Education, Implementation, Journal, Robots

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I am Brandon Smith one of the co-founders of RoboGnosis. I am obsessed with robots and love everything about them. I make robots in my presonal and professional life. On top of that I am a husband, father and love life.

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