Genesis Robotics & Motion Technologies, the maker of LiveDrive®, the world's greatest torque density direct drive motor for robotics and automation, has opened an office in Frankfurt, Germany, to better service the highly inventive and constantly increasing European market. Genesis Europe's General Manager has been named Matteo Stagni. Stagni has over 20 years of robotics, motion, and industrial automation experience in a variety of markets and enterprises, including his last employer, Schneider Electric, a global leader in digital transformation, energy management, and automation.
Genesis is pleased to announce the opening of our European office in Frankfurt led by Mr. Stagni. This strategic investment allows Genesis to better serve the rapid growth of our European customers and support their accelerated product development timelines directly. We are also very excited to install Mr. Stagni as General Manager, Genesis Europe. His deep industry experience, business leadership, and local knowledge will create immediate value for our existing customers in the region and expand our reach in Europe."
Chris di Lello, CEO of Genesis Robotics & Motion Technologies
"I'm really excited about joining the Genesis team," says Stagni. "Genesis has the innovation, engineering, and manufacturing capability, and most importantly, the customer value creation mindset required to meet the ever-increasing demands of the European customers. I see this as a rare opportunity to bring something genuinely game-changing to the robotics and automation industries."
According to Stagni, the Genesis LiveDrive® direct drive motor technology complements cutting-edge Industry 4.0 innovation by altering the underlying hardware, enabling more complex AI-based solutions in robotics and motion applications.
At automatica, June 21–24 in Munich, Genesis will demonstrate its LiveDrive® series of direct drive motors, including the LiveDrive® LDD series integrated into ABIflexx's delta robot and Wyzo's world's first high-speed collaborative sidebot, which uses LiveDrive's features to create a collaborative delta robot without the use of protective barriers.