Matt Beane is an expert in designing human-centered interactions with complex technology. Matt leads Humatics efforts to explore the new design space created by its cutting-edge Microlocation capability – an ultra low-cost, small, low power system that produces real-time, millimeter-scale position data in a wide range of environments. For seven years before Humatics, Matt focused on problems and opportunities associated with integrating robots into everyday work – in robotic surgery, robotic materials transport, and robotic telepresence in healthcare, elder care and knowledge work. He was selected in 2012 as a Human Robot Interaction Pioneer, and is a regular contributor to MIT’s Technology Review and Robohub. Matt has taught a variety of courses at MIT; his “Business of Robotics” course regularly attracts students and industry experts. Before MIT Sloan, Matt was a principal in a management consulting firm focused on group and team dynamics.