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Kay Perkinson May 28, 2020

Massachusetts Offices are Slowly Opening Up

Hiawatha Bray of the Boston Globe reports on Massachusetts offices reopening to employees. Many office buildings across Massachusetts were officially allowed to reopen their doors Tuesday, but few workers hurried back to their cubicles, and…

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Kay Perkinson May 28, 2020

Celebrating New Hires in the Technology Space

Supply & Demand Chain Executive highlighted Vecna Robotics’ new hire, Denis Lussault, as Vice President of Autonomy. With a growing demand for robotics and autonomy, Lussault will “oversee the division to help meet demand and…

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Kay Perkinson May 20, 2020

Vecna Robotics Appoints Denis Lussault As Vice President of Autonomy

Waltham, MA — May 20, 2020 — Vecna Robotics, the leading automation provider in the materials handling space, today announced the appointment of Denis Lussault as Vice President of Autonomy. In this new role, Lussault…

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Amanda Baier May 18, 2020

5 Trends in Supply Chain Robotics

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chains around the world were under strain from competitive pressures, worker shortages, and the need to be more responsive to shifts in demand. The novel coronavirus has only exacerbated…

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Amanda Baier May 11, 2020

Keeping Robots in Perspective

Even in an environment where remote work is normalizing and investments in robotics are paying rewards, robots are still not taking over the production environment, Peter Fretty reports. In many of the best use cases…

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Rebecca Lennartz May 7, 2020

Vecna Robotics Selected for MIT STEX25 Accelerator

Last week, the MIT Startup Exchange announced that Vecna Robotics has been added to its roster of STEX25 startups for its Spring 2020 cohort. STEX25 is a startup accelerator run by MIT Startup Exchange featuring…

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Kay Perkinson May 4, 2020

Vecna Robotics Named Top 10 Tech Startup in Waltham MA

Waltham, MA is continuing to grow as a hub of industry and innovation in Massachusetts. With a legacy extending back to the Waltham Watch Factory, the first company to mass produce a complete watch under…

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Kay Perkinson Apr 30, 2020

The Importance of Corporate Wellness Programs during Stay-at-Home Measures

Half of organizations in a recent Gartner survey reported that at least 81% of their employees are working remotely during the coronavirus pandemic. Another 15% of those surveyed said that 61% to 80% of their employees are working…

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Amanda Baier Apr 28, 2020

Vecna Robotics Named as Key Private Mobile Robot Company in Cowen’s Deus Ex Machina Part II

Building on a collaborative, multi-part series examining the global robotics landscape, Part II of Cowen and Company’s robotics series dives into the fast-growing warehouse/logistics market, which is expected to expand from ~$4B today to over…

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Amanda Baier Apr 28, 2020

Industrial Sage Interviews Daniel Theobald at MODEX 2020

 Industrial Sage talked to Daniel Theobald, Founder & CEO at MODEX 2020 about Vecna Robotics’ autonomous mobile robots for bulk materials handling. In this video, Theobald highlights how Vecna Robotics’ pallet trucks can: sense…

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Amanda Baier Apr 24, 2020

Transforming Material Handling Equipment into Fully-Autonomous Self-Driving Vehicles

George Kokoris of Supply Chain 24/7 spoke with Vecna Robotics’ Marketing Director, Amanda Baier about the current state of robotics in logistics, and the role that interoperability will play in the advancement and adoption of…

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Amanda Baier Apr 22, 2020

Robotic Fork Trucks Set for Lift Off

Just 0.3% of all forklifts shipped in 2019 were automated, reports Ash Sharma, Managing Director of Interact Analysis, in an article published yesterday by the Robotics Business Review. In a “moderate” prediction, Interact believes that…

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