Now that humans and robots from Vecna Robotics Inc. are under the same roof, some traffic signals are necessary.
The maker of autonomous warehouse robots recently unified its manufacturing facility, testing space and offices into a single, 77,000-square-feet location in Waltham, which can be home to up to 300 people, according to newly-appointed CEO Daniel Theobald. Before moving in April, employees had to split their time among Woburn, Wilmington and Alewife, where Vecna Robotics had, respectively, its manufacturing site, testing space and office.
“We were spending a lot of time just driving,” Theobald said. “This location was a sweet spot between where our employees wanted to live and access to the talent we’ve come to depend on — MIT, WPI and a lot of the great schools in the area.”
Ahead of an official event celebrating the new space on Thursday, the Boston Business Journal took a tour of the headquarters of Vecna Robotics, which also saw a change in the executive suite earlier this month.
Read the full article in the Boston Business Journal.