ReadySight Robot Update from Company Six CEO Jim Booth

ReadySight robot navigates rocks, rugs and all sorts of indoor and outdoor terrain.

June 15, 2022

For the past two years, I have been working alongside the incredible Company Six team to deliver a reliable, effective and affordable robot that can protect those who protect us.  Company Six was built on the notion that personal robots can help people do their jobs better, and can create safer communities by allowing people with dangerous jobs to make better decisions in real-time.  

We have learned a lot throughout our journey, and while the road has not been as smooth as we had hoped, we relied on our company core values, namely teamwork, customer focus and innovation to get us through.  I’d like to share an example.

Like so many other organizations, Company Six has been dealing with the ramifications of current events that no one could have predicted.  The pandemic and other geopolitical forces have delayed delivery and availability of critical components, requiring us to push back the launch of the first ReadySight robot.  However, we used this time to conduct more testing and customer discovery on our ReadySight™ robot.

Company Six is dedicated to protecting those who protect us, and values each and every customer.  We anticipate the first set of ReadySight robots going into the field this fall with members of our Special Insights Team, and being available to the public soon after.   We look forward to hearing your stories of how the ReadySight robot serves you and those you serve. 

Sincerely,

Jim Booth
CEO, Company Six