Brennon Williams
Brennon Williams

Brennon Williams

CEO & Founder at Iridium Systems and Robotics Corporation

Brennon Williams is the CEO and Founder of Iridium Systems and Robotics Corporation – ISR. For the past 20 years, Brennon has worked around the globe as a contract software engineer, chief technical officer and consultant technical advisor to companies such as Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, eBay and PayPal as well as several smaller design and user experience focussed agencies both in London and New York.
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Brennon Williams is the CEO and Founder of Iridium Systems and Robotics Corporation – ISR. For the past 20 years, Brennon has worked around the globe as a contract software engineer, chief technical officer and consultant technical advisor to companies such as Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, eBay and PayPal as well as several smaller design and user experience focussed agencies both in London and New York. Based in London, his decade long ambition to create a robotics company finally found viability in 2012 where he begun the complex process of bringing materials, hardware, software, electronics, mechanics and design to the manufacturing of public space robotic devices.
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About Iridium Systems and Robotics Corporation

Iridium Systems and Robotics Corporation Limited (ISR) is designing and developing “public space” robotic devices and infrastructure. "Public Space" means we are focused on delivering devices that operate in environments where the general public may interact in a self-serve manner. Our technology is designed to assist people. In multiple languages our devices will provide accurate information and announcements with regards to safety and security. They will also provide location and navigation assistance and will be capable of calling for human personnel if need be. We are partnered with Brunel University in London. They are conducting large parts of our core research for the coming products and experiences. In 2014, we are working with European based partners and the EU Commission to create a multi-million Euro 3 year program of works funded by the Horizon 2020 framework.
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