OLogic extols high-density power modules to drive today’s robotic revolution

From toys to construction site tools OLogic acclerates robotic ideas from concept to production.

Vicor Corporation, the leader in high‑performance power modules, interviews OLogic, a full-service robotics design and development group, on the Vicor Powering Innovation podcast. OLogic helps design a wide variety of robotics and consumer products, as well as commercial electronic devices.  Located in the Silicon Valley area, they are the premier robotics design consultants, helping world-class brands and many of today’s most innovative robotic start-up companies accelerate time-to-market.

Podcast host, Robert Gendron, Vicor Corporate Vice President of Product Development, talks with Ted Larson, CEO of OLogic, to learn more about how the one-stop shop design and engineering company is spinning ideas into robotic products, with a particular focus on building mobile robots.

Larson shares how OLogic got started. “Hasbro became our first consulting customer,” said Larson reflecting on OLogic’s early days. “We worked on many, many projects for them over the years.  And then we branched out into other consumer electronic and toy types, which eventually led to larger and larger robots… and now a lot of mobile robots.”

“OLogic is a real innovator in their space, providing a tremendous service for companies that have  creative new ideas to bring to market,” said Gendron. “Ted explains how power density and state-of-the-art power conversion technology has simplified how he builds his power systems. OLogic’s expertise is really bringing one-time science fiction concepts into reality.”

The Vicor Powering Innovation podcast is available with new episodes released monthly. Listeners can expect to learn about today’s toughest power challenges, new ideas in electrification, creative power architectures and real-life power design challenges.

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