Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Seattle, WA – October 20, 2020 – ThruWave, the pioneer of 3D millimeter wave (mmWave) imaging, welcomes Jay Link to its Advisory Board. Jay brings many years of senior leadership experience in supply chain technology, automated material handling, and robotics industries, serving at leading companies including Berkshire Grey, Amazon Robotics, and Invensys/Schneider Electric. Jay is currently Chief Commercial Officer of Formant, an emerging leader in robotic data and operations platform.
ThruWave’s X2 mmWave Imaging System is used by leading e-commerce, retail, and logistics customers to see through packaging to the items inside. ThruWave’s ‘x-ray vision’ sensors are augmented by automated analytics to measure cube utilization, count items, and detect missing or damaged items.
“We are very excited to welcome Jay to our Advisory Board, and have the benefit of his experience as we educate industries, partners, and customers about ThruWave’s high throughput 3D mmWave imaging solutions”, said ThruWave founder and CEO Matt Reynolds. “Warehouse and fulfillment center operators use the X2 mmWave Imaging System to see through packaging to the items inside, for multiple applications including optimizing packaging and reducing shipping costs.”
“ThruWave’s innovative 3D imaging capability enables unprecedented supply chain visibility,” said Link. “ThruWave’s mmWave sensors enable Fortune 100 retail and ecommerce customers to optimize their pick-and-pack and shipping operations and quickly turn that increased efficiency into significant ROI.”
Based in Seattle, Washington, ThruWave makes the Invisible Visible with human-safe, 3D millimeter wave imaging. ThruWave sensors and software analytics are an easy retrofit for existing conveyor and robotic material handling systems, enabling supply chain and logistics customers to measure and improve their inbound and outbound item handling.
Head of Marketing & Strategy
Kerry Krause, Head of Marketing & Strategy