Vecna Robotics Named Leaders in Technology Innovation

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Massachusetts Robotics Sector Leads Technology Innovation

Boston Business Journal released a list of robotics companies that are leading technology innovation and Largest Robotics Companies in Massachusetts.  Among the organizations featured are Vecna Robotics and MassRobotics.

Daniel Theobald is the Founder and CEO of Vecna Robotics and the Co-Founder and President of MassRobotics. These Massachusetts-based organizations are two of the state’s notable innovative technology and robotics companies. Vecna Robotics, located in Waltham, is a warehouse automation and workflow orchestration company. The startup is responsible for manufacturing and deploying autonomous material handling robots and workflow orchestration software. MassRobotics is the collective work of a group of Boston-area engineers, rocket scientists, and entrepreneurs. The organization’s partners share a vision to create a global innovation hub focused on the needs of the robotics community.

Robotics companies are popping up everywhere as industries find more use cases for automation. In Massachusetts, these companies cover a wide range of applications from warehouse fulfillment to household cleaning. The state’s robotics sector spans over 350 companies and continues to grow.

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Vecna Robotics’ Autonomous Counterbalanced Fork Truck

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated robotics adoption considerably as more companies within the supply chain have experienced labor shortages and unprecedented demand. Boston Business Journal ranks Vecna Robotics’ first on it’s leaders in technology innovation list for its Autonomous Counterbalanced Fork Truck. This vehicle is the company’s more recent addition to its fleet of autonomous material handling equipment. The driverless Fork Truck is designed with applications that streamline materials handling and logistics operations, including: flexible pallet handling; warehouse material hauling; induction, extraction and sortation; and opportunistic material handling.

Vecna Robotics’ recognition from Boston Business Journal as an innovation leader follows a number of accolades recently collected. Most notably, the company was named Fast Company’s 4th Most Innovative Company in the World 2021. This honor recognizes Vecna Robotics’ ability to not only survive the pandemic, but adapt to the circumstances and learn to thrive.