Vecna Robotics, a leader in autonomous material handling, announced its recognition as one of the top automation companies in Robotics Business Review’s RBR50 for the fourth straight year.
A panel of judges, including the RBR editorial team and industry experts, evaluated an ever-growing field of companies. They were looking for the most innovative, successful, and influential companies in the industry.
John Hayes, Vice President of Sales for Vecna Robotics, shared, “It is an honor to be recognized by RBR, which has its finger on the pulse of the robotics industry. We know that cutting-edge technology is the hallmark of Vecna Robotics and this type of recognition confirms our leadership role in robotics innovation.”
Eugene Demaitre, Senior Editor of Robotics Business Review, noted, “This year’s RBR50 companies reflect how the robotics industry has grown and is still growing. We look forward to seeing how these leaders shape their respective markets.”
Beyond offering a mixed fleet of small to large payload autonomous robots, Vecna Robotics is the first AGV and mobile robotics company to offer Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) monitoring, a realtime 24/7 operations management solution, driven by a continuous stream of realtime data that provides environmental information, system monitoring, and seamless remote support. The system allows for proactive resolution of potential problems and greatly reduces, if not entirely eliminating, disruptions.
Vecna Robotics supports its clients with a proprietary A.I.-based integrated intelligence control system for optimized fleet management, coordination of robots, manual equipment, and workers.
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