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Marty Wolff introduces PSA’s CEO Michael McHale launching PSA’s podcast to explore the development of manufacturing in the US, Automation, Technology and associated business. PSA discusses bringing manufacturing back to the US and the changing world of automation.

CEO Mike McHale and Defense electromechanical engineer Dan Lykens discuss PSA’s drone program for the Department of Defense. PSA is currently developing drones for monitoring and surveillance purposes under a DOD contract at its Scranton/Wilkes Barre area location.

Mike McHale introduces PSA’s Nick Rosati and Corey Hohol who lead PSA’s military and QA/QC programs to discuss how PSA is bringing non-traditional engineering roles into their defense program. PSA discusses inspection, prototyping and quality roles and utilizing engineering to improve mechanical processes that are used in both DOD and commercial industrial machining.

In this fourth episode PSA’s Michael McHale introduces entrepreneur guest Joseph Callahan CEO of The Ciright Companies. Joe is a Drexel graduate with a background in HVAC equipment distribution and created the Ciright companies after realizing the essential need for companies to be able to share and utilize real time data for various aspects of business.

Marty Wolff and PSA’s Mike McHale discuss solving challenging and unique material handling applications with CEO Carl Vause of Soft Robotics. Soft Robotics offers robotic gripping systems made of highly compliant material that can safely and effectively grasp items of varying size, shape and weight with the same tool.

PSA CEO Mike McHale and host Marty Wolff welcome Chief Technology Officer of SciSwift LLC Ted Brunelle. Ted is an entrepreneur working with the department of defense to put Artificial Intelligence in place to interpret and utilize data to optimize defense initiatives.

Universal Robots head of Marketing for Americas Joseph Campbell discusses the collaborative robot automation solution in today’s industrial world with host Marty Wolff and PSA CEO Michael McHale.

Entrepreneur Tony Wallace from Automate America and PSA’s Michael McHale explore utilizing online solutions to access contract on-demand skilled labor to complete outsourced project work.

Host Marty Wolff and PSA’s Mike McHale discuss the future of automation with the head of Robotics at Phillips Haas Jason McCurdy. Phillips Haas has strategically partnered with Universal Robots and PSA to offer a collaborative machine tending solution to transform factory productivity and profitability.

Marty Wolff and PSA’s Mike McHale discuss technology in eSports with Anthony Gaud, CEO of Gaud-Hammer Gaming Group (G3). As video game technology advances, G3 is looking to expand the reach of gaming as well as create a safe and supportive community for eSport enthusiasts.

Penn State’s Dr. Tim Simpson, Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, provides insight on Additive Manufacturing and Design and how his graduate program provides research on alternative parts manufacturing.

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