Tim Mueller-Sim was born with an insatiable curiosity. It is this need for knowledge that has always driven him, from his childhood taking tools apart in his father’s auto repair shop to now, when he is the CEO and co-founder of Bloomfield Robotics.
Mueller-Sim’s goal at Bloomfield Robotics is focused is to leverage the years of robotics research experience at Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute to bring about the fourth agricultural revolution. His flagship product is a handheld device that directly improves cannabis cultivator revenue by identifying the optimal time to harvest each flower, optimizing the desirable compounds in the flower and allowing for previously unobtainable consistency from plant to plant.
Previously, Mueller-Sim has worked as an engineer at the Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute and as a partner at Ceres Robotics, and spent four years developing robotic mining vehicles for NASA.