Join us to watch a remote forklift operator control an unmanned forklift from a remote location. During the demonstration, Phantom Auto Co-Founder Elliot Katz and VP Product Nils Alstad will discuss how remote operation technology can increase safety, labor accessibility, and operational resilience for supply chain and logistics operations around the world.
Before Phantom Auto, Elliot was chair of the autonomous vehicle practices at two of the largest law firms in the world, where he counseled automakers, global technology companies, and municipalities on autonomous vehicle business and legal matters. Elliot regularly speaks at autonomous vehicle events throughout the world, and has recently discussed his views with media outlets such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, BBC, NBC Today Show, CBS This Morning, CNBC, and NPR. Elliot is a co-founder and has been with Phantom since its founding in 2017.
Before Phantom Auto, Nils was the Vice President of Customer Experience at Canvas Technology, a leading warehouse autonomous robotics startup that was acquired by Amazon in 2019. At Amazon, Nils led the Canvas Customer Operations teams, including product management for all remote support tools and interfaces. Nils has over 15 years of experience leading Operations teams across four continents. Nils also acts as an advisor to technology startups.
About Phantom Auto
Phantom Auto specializes in remote operation of all types of unmanned vehicles with customers throughout the world. The company’s interoperable solution enables people to remotely monitor, assist, and operate fleets of unmanned vehicles from up to thousands of miles away – including forklifts, robots, trucks, passenger vehicles, and more. Phantom Auto’s proprietary software delivers secure, low-latency communication over volatile wireless networks for reliable sensor streaming and safe control of vehicle functions. For more information, visit https://www.phantom.auto