John Hayes of BALYO predicts the falling purchase price of robots, a result of streamlining installation processes, making it possible to massively democratize their use. Hayes was recently featured in Robotics Tomorrow. Read more here.
“Businesses which have invested in robotics quickly realize the impact of increased productivity and continue investing. There is no ‘turn back syndrome’ for these solutions; the increases in competitiveness and quality push businesses to adopt a continuous robotics policy,” noted Hayes.
Converting forklift trucks, initially designed for manual use, into autonomous vehicles is extremely popular especially when social distancing considerations must be part of the strategy moving forward. The robustness of the basic forklift trucks, which are mass produced, allows for standardized maintenance operations, and use in automatic or manual mode.
Players like BALYO are pioneers in terms of innovation, using infrastructure-free navigation technology and combine all the advantages of the sector: standard and robust basic forklift trucks, global sales networks, and ﬂexible cutting-edge technology.
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Pascal Rialland, CEO of BALYO and leader in the design and development of innovative robotic solutions for material handling trucks, shared that BALYO considerably strengthened commercial development prospects. The company is counting on an enhanced technological platform which reduces sales cycles and benefiting from the ramp-up of direct sales to complement existing indirect sales channels. The direct sales channel is now fully operational in the USA.
BALYO transforms standard forklift trucks into standalone intelligent robots thanks to its breakthrough proprietary Driven by Balyo™ technology. The geoguidance navigation system developed by BALYO allows vehicles equipped with the system to locate their position in real-time and navigate autonomously inside buildings/warehouses. Within the automated handling vehicle market, BALYO’s 2021 outlook includes the acceleration of profitable growth after the successful implementation of a more efficient and autonomous commercial strategy. BALYO will pursue efforts to accelerate sales in 2021, including the addition of John Hayes, a well-respected and experienced industry thought-leader, as Director of US Sales to grow North American business development. The anchoring of new operational drivers, commercial partnerships forged with integrators, and commercial autonomy through technological developments will uniquely position BALYO in 2021 and beyond.
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Company Name: Balyo, Inc.
Contact Person: John Hayes, Director of Sales
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Phone: (704) 905-1571
Address:78 B-Olympia Avenue
Country: United States