EverestLabs has announced that it is expanding globally with the opening of a new Robotics Operations Center office in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India.

October 12, 2023

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EverestLabs has announced that it is expanding globally with the opening of a new Robotics Operations Center office in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India.

EverestLabs, developer of RecycleOS, an AI-enabled operating system for MRFs, expands into India which aligns with the company’s commitment to support worldwide customers and is becoming a global powerhouse for engineering talent.

This new Robotics Operations Center office will demonstrate the company’s ability to rapidly scale.

“We have been using EverestLabs RecycleOS AI and robotics solutions for nearly three years,” said Ernesto Jauregui, operations manager of Alameda County Industries, “EverestLab’s Robotics Operations Center is very innovative and unique in our industry. They proactively manage all aspects of AI and robotics cells 24/7.”

The Guntur team will be a part of EverestLab’s Robotics Operations Center. This location will monitor and optimize the company’s fleet of AI driven robotics in recycling facilities worldwide.

“Guntur offers us the opportunity to collaborate with some of the highest quality engineering colleges and universities with AI and robotics labs, and actively work with their graduates. This is something that is important to us as we scale EverestLabs,” said JD Ambati, founder and CEO of EverestLabs.

The team will be managed by Sid Battula, senior engineer, with experience in software development at Wipro and ANZ.

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