Construction is a $10 trillion industry globally and this startup is poised to disrupt it.
For the first time on the Product Market Fit podcast, I delve into the world of hardware with Tessa Lau, Founder & CEO of Dusty Robotics.
In this episode, we discuss Tessa’s transition from a software and AI background to the world of robotics. Join us as we explore how robotics are catalyzing a revolution in the construction industry.
While hardware poses unique challenges, as compared to software startups, many of the lessons that Tessa shares apply to companies of any kind. So tune in to this fascinating conversation.
(02:27) From Software to Hardware: Exploring Tessa's transition
(04:57) Revolutionizing Construction: Automation in Building with Dusty Robotics
(09:25) Navigating behavior change in construction tech adoption
(18:16) Unveiling inception: navigating product-market fit with Dusty Robotics
(29:09) Business model evolution at Dusty Robotics
(35:57) Enhancing Human-Robot interaction: optimizing Dusty Robotics designs
(41:19) Lessons learned in Hardware: how to integrate robotics wisely?
(43:39) Dusty Robotics long term vision
(46:25) Lightning round
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