Russ Aldridge | Robot Cinematography, 16-day Ventilators, & Identifying the REAL problem

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Russ Aldridge

Russ Aldridge and co-founder Marc Christenson started Sisu in 2010 as an integrator for their former employer NI (National Instruments). They have expanded the company far beyond just NI. Now serve a wide variety of industries. They develop highly sophisticated robotic and automated applications. Their team’s skill and ingenuity are matched by their incredible dedication to serving the customer. case in point: team Sisu went from concept to 100 fully functioning ventilators in just 2 weeks to meet the massive need brought on by COVID.

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