Jeremy L. Searock co-founded Advanced Construction Robotics, Inc. in 2016 and its subsidiary TyBot, LLC in 2017. He leads daily operations of both companies, ensuring the engineering team, manufacturing, sales, field operations, and all other supporting elements are efficiently working together to transform the construction industry through the successful integration of products applying robotics and artificial intelligence solutions, such as TyBot, an autonomous rebar-trying robot.
Jeremy’s extensive leadership experience spans such roles as managing the autonomous systems engineering group at Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics Engineering Center and the tactical leadership of a U.S. Submarine including the detailed management of the submarine’s nuclear powered propulsion plant. Jeremy has led the execution of many research and development programs involving all aspects of autonomous robotic technologies funded by commercial sponsors, military advanced research organizations, and other government funding agencies. A sample of these projects include, developing autonomous off-road capabilities for large military vehicles , developing autonomous ship driving capabilities for the first ever self-driving U.S. Naval Vessel, and teaming an Autonomous Blackhawk Helicopter and self-driving UGV for a long range intelligence mission, a first of its kind.
Jeremy obtained a B.S. in Systems Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy and a M.S. in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute.