Vecna Robotics jointly announced at MODEX 2022 with Big Joe Forklifts its latest autonomous offering for labor-intensive material-handling workflows called the Vecna Co-Bot Pallet Jack.
The company plans to expand its product portfolio along with operations to meet growing customer demand for its solutions.
Ouster’s LiDAR sensors will be used in Vecna’s self-driving vehicles for high-capacity material handling operations.
Alta Material Handling will spec, sell and service Vecna’s full range of pallet handling solutions, including self-driving forklifts, pallet trucks and tuggers.
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Vecna Robotics founder Daniel Theobald will resume his roles as chief innovation officer and executive chairman of the board.
Vecna Robotics said its new Autonomous Counterbalanced Fork Truck adds pallet-handling capabilities to its portfolio and can work with other warehouse automation.
Vecna Robotics said the logistics solutions sales leader will support growing demand for its autonomous mobile robots and workflow orchestration software.
Welcome to Episode 15 of The Robot Report Podcast, which brings conversations with robotics innovators straight to you. Join us every Wednesday for discussions with leading roboticists, innovative robotics companies, and other key members of the robotics community. Listeners can subscribe to The Robot Report Podcast on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Spotify, Google Play and YouTube. Please…
MIT AI researcher Daniela Russ, who has two decades of experience developing human-machine collaboration, has joined Vecna Robotics’ board of directors.
Vecna Robotics is part of the growing number of companies combating the shortage of ventilators caused by the COVID-19 crisis. Waltham, Mass.-based Vecna Robotics, along with sister companies VecnaCares and Vecna Healthcare, partnered with MIT CSAIL, Toyota Research Institute, 10XBeta and others to develop an automated manual resuscitator called Ventiv. Ventiv can be used in…
Vecna Robotics, a 2019 RBR50 company, raised $50 million in Series B funding. The new funding will be used to hire staff and develop and scale products to meet the growing demand of logistics automation. The Series B was led by Blackhorn Ventures, with participation from new investors Highland Capital Partners and Fontinalis Partners and…
Vecna Robotics said its autonomous pallet jacks and pivot.al orchestration software are helping logistics provider GEODIS increase productivity by 33% by saving employees from walking.
At an “Ask Me Anything” panel last week, robotics veterans shared their startup experiences and advice.
Vecna Robotics and UniCarriers Americas, or UCA, are working together on an autonomous pallet jack that is integrated with fleet-management software.
Dan Patt has stepped down as CEO of Vecna Robotics, the Waltham, Mass.-based maker of autonomous tuggers, pallet jacks, and conveyors. Daniel Theobald, who co-founded parent company Vecna in 1998, will take over as CEO for the foreseeable future. Patt, who led Vecna Robotics’ spin-off from Vecna early in 2018, will continue supporting the company in…
The Robotics-as-a-Service business model for acquiring robots is gaining popularity, but there are still some challenges, noted panelists at the Robotics Summit & Expo in Boston.
Collaborative robots, mobile platforms, and the enabling hardware and software were all on display at Automate/ProMat, but what was new and noteworthy?
WALTHAM, Mass. — Humatics Corp., which makes microlocation products and software, today announced a partnership with logistics systems provider Vecna Robotics. Humatics’ KinetIQ 300 microlocation system will be integrated into Vecna’s self-driving vehicles, enabling them to navigate outdoors and in areas of warehouses that were previously considered difficult, such as loading docks, said the companies.…
Growing demand for rapid e-commerce order fulfillment is a major driver for the development and adoption for mobile robots. However, the market and the technologies that serve it are changing rapidly. The Robot Report asked the following five experts in mobile robotics about their observations (their responses have been edited for length): Tom Galluzzo, founder…