51 - 100 employees
Series A
Hardware & Robotics

Vecna Robotics Company Overview

Vecna Robotics delivers Automated Material Handling, Hybrid Fulfillment, and Workflow Optimization solutions featuring self-driving vehicles operated by our learning Autonomy Stack. Our solutions deliver value for customers in the distribution, e-commerce, warehousing, and manufacturing sectors. Our unique orchestration engine technology, Pivot.al, allows diverse robot types and humans to work together seamlessly and to flexibly yield an adaptive business solution, capable of meeting the increasingly unpredictable market needs.

Our technology goes beyond traditional automation and focuses on maximizing human and robot capability to create fulfilling jobs, increase productivity, and encourage innovation.

Jobs at Vecna Robotics

 
1 Jobs Listed
Cambridge
About the role: Vecna Robotics (https://robotics.vecna.com) seeks a multi-robot coordination expert to continue to enable Vecna robots to reliably perform increasingly complex tasks individually and in multi-robot teams. You will help design robot systems that robustly perform their tasks in dynamic environments and with ever-changing deadlines and priorities. You will be instrumental in building systems where robots use real-time and learned information to adapt and augment human workflows for maximum efficiency. You will implement and develop combined task and motion planning as well as...
Software Engineering/QA
36 Cambridge Park Dr
Cambridge, MA 02140

mission

We are customer driven.

Our objective is to revolutionize customer productivity by delivering the best automation technologies. When human+machine workflows can easily adapt to ever-changing environments and demands, we create an ongoing improvement cycle that yields substantial and sustained value for our customers.


vision

Workflows over robots.

We dreamed of a better way to get work done. A way that would let humans be humans, and robots be robots — working together.

By placing workflows over robots, we ensure that all parts and players complement each other perfectly. That is a futuristic vision that puts fact over fiction.


value

People are our future and yours.

The winners, in the long run, will not only deliver more economic value than their competitors, but also a better human experience.

We are built of people (our creative, intelligent employees), empowered by people (our strategic partners), and work for people (our customers). We think customer-first, and believe that long-term thinking and relentless learning will allow us to discover and shape our collective destiny together.


veritas

Robotics will change the world.

Change doesn’t come from shiny new hardware, it comes from creating operational flexibility to transform industries.

Yes, we build robots, but that’s just a start. We are a daring, socially responsible company, backed by years of innovation and real-world experience. We have the grit, training and wins to prove it. Vecna is already sparking the next industrial revolution — with solutions that deliver lasting results.

Read About Us

Engineering Spotlight
July 3, 2019
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December 21, 2018

Blog

August 22, 2019
by DC Velocity Staff At a media briefing on Wednesday morning, material handling company Vecna Robotics, a maker of autonomous tuggers, pallet jacks, and conveyors, introduced Pivot.al, an artificial intelligence (AI) multi-agent orchestration engine that’s designed to coordinate the work of fleets of autonomous vehicles with workers and other automation in a facility. Pivot.al evaluates […] The post Vecna Robotics debuts AI software appeared first on Vecna Robotics. ...
August 22, 2019
Vered Tomlak met us at the booth for Vecna Robotics at Promat 2019 in Chicago for her first interview with IndustrialSage! We had a fantastic chat with John Hayes last year at MODEX, so visiting Vecna again was a no-brainer. This was Vered’s first time with Vecna Robotics at Promat, though the company has been […] The post Video: Vecna Robotic Promat Interview appeared first on Vecna Robotics. ...
August 22, 2019
by Chris Wiltz, Design News As robotics adoption continues to accelerate, these four industries are leading the charge, according to MassRobotics. In late 2013, a significant event changed the state of the entire robotics industry. That was when Google opened up its robotics division and acquired a series of robotics companies, including Boston Dynamics (the […] The post These 4 Industries Are Leading the Way in Robotics Adoption appeared first on Vecna Robotics. ...
August 22, 2019
by Gary Forger, Supply Chain Management Review Robots took over…. Holy robots! It seems that most everywhere you look in the past couple of months there are robots. And they are almost always doing something new. To start, look at the news coming out of the ProMat and Automate shows in April, where robots dominated even though […] The post While you were sleeping appeared first on Vecna Robotics. ...
August 22, 2019
by Phil Britt, Robotics Business Review Driven by market needs, particularly in warehousing and logistics, the market for mobile robots will be strong in 2019 and for several years thereafter, according to researchers. “2018 was a year with a lot of pilot programs,” said John Santagate, IDC research director, commercial robots at International Data Corporation […] The post Mobile Robots Grow Up appeared first on Vecna Robotics. ...