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Scott Gravelle | How Ants Can Exterminate the Cardboard Box

From TEDxYYC 2019

Scott Gravelle | How Ants Can Exterminate the Cardboard Box

Scott Gravelle is the CEO & CTO of robotic logistics company ATTAbotics, driving the company's
vision, product design, and technical innovation. ATTAbotic’s scalable system requires less
energy than traditional storage solutions and requires 85 percent less warehouse space.

Under his leadership, ATTAbotics has grown from 11 people a year ago to 115 today and
attracted a $4.5 million grant from the Opportunity Calgary Investment Fund. Gravelle describes
the company‘s 3D robotic goods storage and warehousing system as the engine of modern e-
commerce.

Over his 25-year career, Gravelle has been an innovator in the integration and implementation
of digital manufacturing technologies, as well as a machine designer and entrepreneur.
He has taken on several different professional roles throughout his career including an army
medic, competitive hang glider pilot, reality TV show contestant, and partner in a globally
recognized longboard company.

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