Jennifer Jensen's blog

Opening Doors for Greater Customer Access to Lockheed Martin FORTIS

Lockheed Martin Fortis | ROBRADY design

ROBRADY Design Brings Commercial Product Expertise to FORTIS Exoskeleton

ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 8, 2017 – Lockheed Martin has signed a sales and support agreement with ROBRADY design to sell and support its FORTIS™ industrial exoskeleton and FORTIS Tool Arm product line. Under the agreement, ROBRADY will manufacture, sell and provide training, gimbals, accessories and service for Lockheed Martin’s industrial exoskeletons.

ROBRADY Designers Review, Faraday Future’s FF91 Electric Car

Faraday Future | ROBRADY design

Faraday Future Review: Matt Vergin

With the amount of technology packed inside Faraday Future’s FF91 electric car it’s no wonder they decided to reveal it at CES in Las Vegas. Facial recognition used for entry and seat position, artificial intelligence smart enough to automatically adjust the car’s driving style and music depending on a user’s mood, animated exterior LED’s… these are all meant to signal to the world that this car company, born in the age of the smart phone, is something different.

Inside ROBRADY: An Interview With Andreea Michaud

Andreea Michaud | ROBRADY design

Describe how you first discovered design

ROBRADY design Garners Two Good Design Awards

Good Design 2015 Winners - Lockheed Martin and Earthlinked | ROBRADY design

Sarasota, FL, February 19, 2016—Internationally-renown studio ROBRADY design brought home two Good Design Awards from the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. The accolades recognize the firm’s contribution to both the FORTIS exoskeleton and the EarthLinked Geothermal Heating System.

Robrady design on Fire at 9th Spark Awards with Multiple Awards

ROBRADY Spark Awards 2015 | ROBRADY design

Sarasota, FL, December 15, 2015—ROBRADY design took home three gold awards and a bronze along with numerous honorable mentions at this year’s Spark Design & Architecture Awards ceremony. The global competition honors design that improves the world.

Red Dot Award Recognizes Robrady Design Work On Lockheed Martin’s Fortis Exoskeleton

Lockheed Martin Fortis Red Dot| ROBRADY design

Sarasota, FL, September 25, 2015 — ROBRADY’s design work was recently recognized when Lockheed Martin’s FORTIS® exoskeleton received a Red Dot “Best of the Best” award in the international design competition’s Industrial category. The award will be presented in late September at Red Dot’s annual ceremony in Singapore.

Inside ROBRADY: An Interview With Matthew Vergin

Matthew Vergin | ROBRADY design

Why did you choose industrial design?

ROBRADY design Builds A Better World with Four Green Good Design Awards

2015 Green Good Design Winners | ROBRADY design

Sarasota, FL June 2, 2015 – Internationally renowned ROBRADY design studio garnered four Green Good Design awards for submissions ranging from a human powered exoskeleton to an energy efficient cookstove for developing countries. The awards, presented by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in association with the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies, represent the best examples of sustainable and environmental products and architectural design.

Ringling Students Start A Revolution With Documentary on ABC

mainimage | ROBRADY design

This Saturday, ABC 7 airs ART {R}evolution, a documentary exploring how art has evolved in Sarasota and how it drives innovation in other fields such as technology and design. Yet, while it explores the legacy of the Ringling Family and the vibrant creativity driving both art and innovation in Sarasota, {R}evolution isn’t just any program; it’s the result of a groundbreaking project by students of the Ringling School of Art and Design’s ART Network course.

Inside ROBRADY: An Interview with Jaryn Miller

Jaryn Miller

What have you discovered about yourself in the transition from school to the professional world?
Personally, I have learned a lot about myself over the past two years. I think the most important thing I have learned is that the only person I can hold responsible for my success or lack thereof, is myself. Of course, there are circumstances that may be out of your control, but it’s up to you to recognize them and plan or adapt.

Syndicate content