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The BOM (or “bill of materials”) is a weekly Supplyframe DesignLab Podcast hosted by Head of Design & Partnerships Majenta Strongheart. Each week, through digestible conversations with the world’s leading innovators, hackers, and entrepreneurs, Majenta and her guests explore the future of how hardware projects are built and brought to market, investigate technological solutions to the world's toughest challenges, help bridge the gap between makers, startups, and investors, and celebrate the ...
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Mahatma Gandhi sagte bereits: "Die Zukunft hängt davon ab, was wir heute tun." Welchen Herausforderungen müssen WIR uns HEUTE stellen, um zu einer überlebensfähigen, lebenswerten und gerechten Welt von MORGEN beizutragen. Der Podcast besteht aus WELTHELDEN INTERVIEWS mit Gästen mit spannenden Lebenswegen, inspirierenden Storys und dem EXPERTEN TALK - AMIR ROUGHANI tauschst sich mit Gästen zu Nachhaltigkeit, Digitalisierung, Future Mobility und Future Energy aus www.vispiron.com VISPIRON SYST ...
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Can technology deliver a better society? In this series from the heart of Westminster, the House Magazine and the IET discuss with parliamentarians and industry experts how technology and engineering can provide policy solutions to our changing world.
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SoundBytes is the official podcast of Texas A&M Engineering where faculty, students and staff share their passions, experience and expertise. Giving a voice to the happenings throughout the engineering program, episodes showcase impactful research, career advice and outstanding student stories. So, go ahead - hit that play button! Do you have a story to tell? Message engineeringsoundbytes@tamu.edu to let us know!
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Zengineering Podcast is for everyone who loves Science & Technology and also cares deeply about the beauty of Life's Big Questions. We (Adam & Brian) are obsessed with the spot where modern Science, Technology & Engineering meet Philosophy, Art & Spirituality. We have found this to be the place where the most interesting questions are both formulated and discussed. It's the place where mental models are born, and that's what we're really chasing. Are you? Support this podcast: https://podcas ...
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In this episode of The Bom: Engineering a Path Forward, I’m going to ask you to think about a rather futurist question: what does daily life look like in space? Sure, we have the Hollywood version of life amongst the stars. Star Wars, Dune, and even cult classics like Alien give us an idealistic glimpse. However, these are far from the reality of w…
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In this episode of The Bom: Engineering a Path Forward, we’re talking about the process of turning engineering components into musical instruments and how that has the potential to change many aspects of our culture. At least, that’s what my guest today, Kirk Pearson, founder of Dogbotic, believes. Dogbotic is a music and sound research collective …
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Majenta Strongheart sits down with Anna-Katrina Shedletsky, the co-founder and CEO of Instrumental. Instrumental is focused on one of the most important aspects of the manufacturing world today. Creating a more efficient quality tracking system in the production process that so many hardware companies rely on. From the beginning Anna and the whole …
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Rosalind Picard is the founder and director of the Affective Computing Research Lab at MIT and co-founded both Affectiva and Empatica. Both companies are aimed at using extensive AI and wearable tech to improve the lives of people with chronic illnesses and make robots act a little more human. Ironically enough, she never wanted to start any kind o…
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Tomide Adesanmi is the co-founder and CEO of Circuit Mind. Algorithmic software that helps electronics engineers and designers go from architecture to complete schematics in roughly 60 seconds. In Tomide's experience, far too many electronics designers and engineers spend far too much time drawing and planning the architecture of their motherboards…
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Majenta expresses gratitude to the fantastic listeners and shares some thrilling news. While The BOM takes a brief break to gear up, Majenta teases upcoming interviews featuring guests from Motorola and other incredible technology and hardware companies. She encourages listeners to dive into the podcast's treasure trove of past interviews with tech…
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Mareike Kritzler is the Siemens research group head of the Smart Machine Vision and Visualization team. The team’s research keeps the human in the loop and allows for interaction with a Digital Twin or a physical machine through human-machine interfaces such as Augmented Reality. Before Mareike joined Siemens Corporate Technology, she was a Develop…
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This was my talk with JD Sassaman, the accomplished architect and innovation expert currently developing Ford’s E mobility facilities in downtown Detroit. We spoke about the importance of diverse experience and teamwork, the childlike joy of creation, and the close relationship between technology and creativity.…
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This was my interview with David Cuartielles, co-found of Arduino, Cuartielles has been an active advocate for open-source technology and has contributed to various projects focused on education, interactive installations, and creativity in the technology domain. He has been involved in initiatives that aim to democratize technology and promote STE…
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Today we talked to Mike Deppe, VP of Product Development with Molex. With a background in mechanical engineering, Mike worked in several departments in his 21 years at Molex, which taught him to value knowledge sharing and talent that is curious to learn more. With over one hundred thousand products Molex has many customers in many different market…
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Today I spoke to Easton LaChappelle, founder of Unlimited Tomorrow which manufactures high-quality, customizable prosthetics accessible to people who couldn't afford traditional alternatives. Easton talks about his journey into the business and within it, his transition from creator to operator, and the current focus of the company.…
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Tom Hoffman is the Portfolio Development Executive and Director of LIFT and Business Development for Digital Enterprise at Siemens. LIFT is a joint public-privaste program run by several engineering firms, college, and the US Department of Defense operated by the American Lightweight Materials Manufacturing Innovation Institute (ALMMII). Siemens: h…
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This week, we were on-site speaking with Fernando Bales, build lab manager for Citizen Robotics in Detroit, Michigan. Citizen Robotics is a non-profit working to reduce the cost – both in labor hours and in dollars – of building new homes through the use of robotics. Beyond that, they’re also focused on education and access – something you all know…
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Zvi Feuer is the SVP of Manufacturing Engineering at Siemens Industry Software (SISW). This episode covers Zvi’s decades of experience starting his career in industrial engineering, pivoting to management and business development, his takeaways from managing a fully-remote team, and how Siemens continues to help contribute to the training and learn…
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Alberto Gianelli is the Senior Electronic Engineer of teenage engineering, a Stockholm, Sweden, based music equipment developer and manufacturer. Teenage Engineering has been developing and releasing very popular, highly portable equipment since 2007 including the OP-1, a pocket micro-synth that can be seen in several viral videos on Instagram and …
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Sergiy Nesterenko is the CEO and cofounder of Quilter. Quilter is an AI/ML solution in PCB/circuit board design and is currently in a closed-beta development phase. Our discussion focuses on his time at SpaceX, what inspired him to start Quilter, and how his team best manages any potential difficulties in Quilter’s design, development, and upcoming…
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Brenda Discher is the SVP of Marketing and Strategy at Siemens. Siemens has been an important mainstay in communications tech, product and manufacturing design for almost 200 years. They continue to be part of several breakthroughs in communications tech, product and manufacturing design, and now provide project and RFQ management tools for manufac…
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Chrissy Meyer discovered electrical engineering at age 9 and never looked back. Now a partner at Root Ventures, she helps provide initial funding for companies tackling new and complex technical projects. We’ll talk about how the time she spent at Apple developing iconic products like the iPod Touch and the Apple Watch helped her develop the skill …
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From Recording Room to the Stratosphere with Randa Milliron Randa currently takes on the corporate administration, marketing, public relations, and government clearance aspects at Interorbital Systems aside from being a pivotal part of aerospace sustainability solution discovery. Interorbital Systems: https://www.interorbital.com/…
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Today I’m joined by a long-time friend of Supplyframe, Sirina Nabhan who has one of the coolest jobs in the world. Sirina is a product and data systems engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. After graduating from UC Riverside, Sirina landed a three-month internship at NASA. Then, a few years later, they brought her on for real. These days, S…
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What does AI have to do with motorsports? This week I’m joined by Paul Mitchell, the President of the Indy Autonomous Challenge, a program where universities compete to build the best and fastest AI race car, some reaching speeds of 100 mph. Originally a million-dollar prize competition, it has evolved into a worldwide series of challenges that enc…
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Valentina Ratner is the co-founder and CEO of AllSpice. She comes from an extensive project management background and holds a dual Harvard MBA and MS Engineering. We’ll be talking about adapting to new tech tools and trends in this ever growing development solution ecosystem with the principles and discipline to do so. Allspice: https://www.allspic…
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Cory Grossman, who was previously interviewed on The BOM, and I will have a discussion with Joey Jones, the Vice President and Executive Creative Director at Candy Digital, a Web3 design agency. Candy Digital currently has several joint non-fungible token (NFT) projects with the MLB, NASCAR, Netflix, WWE, and Getty Images Candy Digital: https://www…
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Ying works for Win-Source Electronics, Asia’s largest electronic components supplier. I got to spend some time with Ying at Electronica Munich last year, and had a chance to learn all about this massive online superstore and how it works. I sat down again with Ying, this time from across the globe to talk more about Win Source’s presence at Electro…
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Today I’m speaking with the amazing Sarah Rich. Not only is Sarah VP of Operations and Customer Success at SupplyFrame, she was actually the first employee the company hired back in 2003. Ever since then, Sarah’s presence has been essential in the growth of Supplyframe. Today, Sarah and I talk about how cloud-based technology has changed over the l…
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Today I’m speaking at Electronica in Munich with CEO and Cofounder of AZUMO, Mike Casper, and Matt Johnson of Bare Conductive and LAIIER. Mike Casper is the founder and CEO of AZUMO, a display technology company that is revolutionizing the industry. It’s effective and ultra thin LCD 2.0 reflective technology not only enables high performance displa…
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Wassup Zengineers!? It's been a minute. How's stuff? We'll keep it simple. ChatGPT dropped... and it's cool enough that we had to bring in a guest and do an episode about it. That's it. We hope you enjoy it. ✌️ Kerp More Ramsay here: https://twitter.com/_ramsaybrown https://www.linkedin.com/in/ramsaybr/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.…
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Today I am at Supercon 6 where I’m going to speak with three incredible guests, and talented Solderers, Helen Leigh, Steven, and Tom! Helen Leigh is a maker, an electronic textiles specialist, and a hardware hacker. She is the Head of Community at Crowd Supply and the author of "The Crafty Kid's Guide to DIY Electronics". In my interview with Helen…
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Today I am in the gorgeous city of Bali at the Bali Fab Fest; where each year members of the more than 2,000 worldwide Fab Labs gather to share, discuss, collaborate and create communities around the different local and global interests regarding digital manufacturing, innovation, and technology. I am speaking with digital fabrication specialist To…
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Today on the show, we’re looking back over the last four months of The BOM podcast and revisiting some of our favorite moments. From Jayy Moss’s dedication to accessibility and representation in the maker community on through Kate McAndrew’s focus on building and investing in the brightest teams and on to Cory Grosser’s power to evoke a feeling thr…
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Today on the podcast, we’re joined by product designer, interior architect, and art director Cory Grosser. We’ll talk about some of the exciting things that are coming soon to the BOM podcast and the process of creating the DesignLab Space. Plus, how Cory got into design in the first place, and then moved from furniture to interiors to architecture…
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Today on the podcast, we’re joined by Jasmine Brackett, a jill-of-many-trades who’s currently running Tindie, an online community marketplace that helps hardware creators get their projects into the hands of electronics enthusiasts worldwide. We’ll talk about how a love of crafting led her to costuming and how Burning Man introduced her to the worl…
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Today, we’re joined by Clarissa Redwine. When I first met Clarissa back in 2017, she was the West Coast Design and Tech outreach lead for Kickstarter. She’s also an NYU Law Fellow focused on open source hardware and is now the Grant’s Program Manager at Helium, a wireless network that’s working to build a decentralized telecom.You can follow @Suppl…
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Today we discuss Kitty’s extensive background in education, her work at Microsoft, her thoughts on STEAM and why it’s so important to integrate art into tech, and how she hopes to create a more sustainable future through teaching, designing, and doing lots and lots of art. You can follow @Supplyframe and @Hackaday on Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, a…
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Continuing our education theme, our guest today is educator, researcher, and author Marco Tarabini. Marco is a mechanical systems engineer, professor of Mechanical and Thermal measurement at Politecnico di Milano, author of more than 100 scientific publications, and coordinator of two Joint Research Centers. He studies vibration in humans and measu…
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Continuing our series on Education in Design and Tech, today we are joined by the prolific inventor, conservationist, student, and educator Cesar Jung-Harada. Cesar is the Founder and Director of “MakerBay”, a Hong Kong network of innovation centers and the Founder and CEO of the ocean robotic startup “Scoutbots” developing ocean sensors and transp…
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This month, we are exploring the theme of Education in Design and Technology, and the ways in which educators and students are changing the world through innovation. To kick off this theme, we are joined by the brilliant designer, builder, author and educator Emily Pilloton-Lam. Emily is the Founder and Executive Director of the nonprofit Girls Gar…
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To wrap up our series on THE POWER OF OPEN SOURCE, this week Majenta is joined by a very special guest, the Editor-in-chief of Hackaday, Elliot Williams. Elliot is the kind of guy who uses a 1990’s five-inch hard drive platter as a scroll wheel. He’s the kind of guy who stays up late debugging home-brew PCBs for random synthesizer modules or figuri…
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This week, 2019 Hackaday prize winner and 2022 Hackaday Prize Judge, Shah Selbe is here! Shah is the founder of Conservify and Managing Director at FieldKit, and a former resident here at DesignLab. It’s amazing to see how far he’s come. With his background in engineering and conservation, Shah works with developing countries and communities to com…
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This week Majenta's DesignLab colleague, Giovanni Salinas, joins her again as our special co-host for Part 2 of their conversation with social entrepreneur Sameera Chukkapalli Holmes & industrial designer and founder Jason Knight. Our conversation was so enriching that we’ve broken this interview up into two episodes. The first will focus on Jason …
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This week Majenta's DesignLab colleague, Giovanni Salinas, joins her as our special co-host. Over the next four episodes, we will be talking about the power of open source technology and how it can be incorporated into socially impactful design. To kick off this theme, we catch up with social entrepreneur Sameera Chukkapalli Holmes & industrial des…
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Wrapping up our theme of DesignLab’s Community, this week Majenta is joined by the brilliant Kate McAndrew, a Co-founder and General Partner at Baukunst, a collective of creative technologists advancing the art of building companies at the frontiers of technology and design. Prior to founding Baukunst, she was a Partner at Bolt where she invested a…
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Continuing our theme of DesignLab’s Community, this week our guest is President & Co-Founder of OpenMV and Lead Embedded Systems Engineer at Embark Trucks , Kwabena Agyeman. Kwabena and Majenta revisit his 2016 Hackaday SuperConference talk, “Kickstarting Computer Vision with the OpenMV” , discuss the Hackaday origins of OpenMV, and get a status up…
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Continuing our theme of DesignLab’s Community, this week Majenta is joined by the brilliant multi-disciplinary designer Sophy Wong. After starting her career in graphic design, Sophy now specializes in designing wearable technology for creative expression. She loves learning new skills and techniques, and sharing the design and build processes for …
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Welcome to The BOM! This week, Majenta is joined by the brilliant self-described “tinker” Jorvon "Jayy" Moss. Jayy is a self-taught maker from Compton and the Technical Content Creator at Digi-Key (one of our Hackaday Prize Sponsors). He works with robots, droids, and gadgets, and over the past few years has been exploring the world of companion BO…
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The BOM (or “bill of materials”) is a weekly Supplyframe DesignLab Podcast hosted by Head of Design & Partnerships Majenta Strongheart. Each week, through digestible conversations with the world’s leading innovators, hackers, and entrepreneurs, Majenta and her guests explore the future of how hardware projects are built and brought to market, inves…
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Can technology deliver a better society? In this series from the heart of Westminster, the House Magazine and the IET discuss with parliamentarians and industry experts how technology and engineering can provide policy solutions to our changing world.Transport currently accounts for around a quarter of carbon emissions and is the largest emitting s…
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The UK’s 2050 net zero aim will not happen without a skilled workforce. Now more than ever organisations are looking at how they can train their existing workforce to meet net zero through initiatives such as upskilling, but also externally, using initiatives such as green apprenticeships to encourage young people from STEM backgrounds through the …
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In this new episode of Engineering a Better World, from The House and The Institution of Engineering and Technology, we speak to Anthony Browne MP, Rick Hartwig and Stephanie Baxter.Led by Jonn Elledge, this episode explores the efficiency of the country’s existing housing stock, how the Government can bolster green infrastructure and the importanc…
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