Investor Connect – (Part 2) William Santana Li of Knightscope

Investor Connect – (Part 2) William Santana Li of Knightscope

February 11, 2019 by investor

William Santana Li of Knightscope (Part 2)

In the second part of a three-part interview, Hall is joined by William Santana Li of Knightscope. Bill is a seasoned entrepreneur, intrapreneur and former corporate executive at Ford Motor Company. He was founder and COO of GreenLeaf, which became the world’s 2nd largest automotive recycler (now part of NASDAQ: LKQ) and has a BSEE from Carnegie Mellon University and MBA from University of Detroit Mercy.

In this episode, Hall and Bill speak more about the state of robotics. They speak about what stage we are at in the robot revolution, and what Bill predicts will happen in the next 12-24 months in the sector. You’ll also learn more about the challenges faced in the robotics field.

About Knightscope
Knightscope’s long-term mission is to make the United States of America the safest country in the world, changing everything for everyone. Imagine if that lofty goal could be met – the impact on housing prices, volatility of financial markets, insurance rates, property values, municipal budgets, viability of a local business and the safety of your family, friends and loved ones would be profound.

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