Automotive repair technology startup Tradiebot has announced Dr Matthew David as the newest member of its executive board.
David is an expert in composite engineering for the aerospace and automotive industries, with over 12 years of R&D experience, whose current work includes “automated composite manufacturing and enabling technologies for Industry 4.0.”
He is the Centre Manager of University of the University of NSW-headquarter ARC Training Centre for the Automated Manufacture of Advanced Composites (AMAC). Prior to this, he began his career at the German Aerospace Center as a Senior Research Engineer, before a role as CAE Engineer at Multimatic.
Tradiebot began in 2017 to apply Industry 4.0 methods to the vehicle industry for both repair and training, using technologies including artificial intelligence, 3D printing, robotics and augmented reality.