FLOX Robotics Welcomes New Talents to Enhance Its Core Team

Stockholm, Sweden – FLOX Robotics, a pioneering company dedicated to revolutionizing wildlife management through autonomous systems, is thrilled to announce the addition of two new talents to its core team. Koray Amico Kulbay and Casper Augustsson are set to join the company as Robotics and Autonomous Systems Engineers, starting from April 1st.

Both Amico Kulbay and Augustsson bring unique experience and expertise to FLOX Robotics, having previously worked at Explore Autonomy as consultants, with a focus on embedded systems, programming, and artificial intelligence. Their track record also includes roles as Robotics Engineers at SMaRC – Swedish Maritime Robotics Centre, and Swedish drone company Nordluft, showcasing their versatility and proficiency in the field of robotics.

Koray and Casper are alumni of KTH Royal Institute of Technology, where they earned their Master of Science degrees in Systems, Control, and Robotics. This background, combined with their hands-on experience, positions them as valuable assets to the FLOX Robotics team.

Tomas Becklin, Chief Technology Officer at FLOX Robotics, expressed his enthusiasm about their joining: ”We have all enjoyed their skills and ’get-after-it’ attitude as consultants working with us for the past months, and we are really happy that they have now joined us on this exciting journey. The addition of Koray and Casper to our team reinforces our commitment to leading the way in autonomous wildlife management solutions. Their expertise in robotics and autonomous systems will undoubtedly propel us toward new heights of innovation and efficiency.”

Their roles at FLOX Robotics will involve pushing the boundaries of autonomous systems in wildlife management, contributing to the company’s mission of fostering landscapes where humans and wildlife can thrive together. With their extensive experience in robotics, embedded systems, and AI, Kulbay and Augustsson are poised to make significant contributions to the development of cutting-edge technologies for Wildlife management as a Service (WMaaS).

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