- About Us
Vecna Robotics is a recognized leader in next-generation robotics and automation solutions, with over 20 years of experience developing the most advanced and cost-effective solutions on the market.
We offer a mixed fleet of intelligent, collaborative mobile robots and fully-autonomous, zero-infrastructure AGVs designed specifically for safe and flexible material flows in dynamic, human-centric environments. Vecna Robotics’ smart fleet works dynamically across a variety of markets and applications.
Two decades of experience engineering advanced hardware and software has gone into developing a low-risk, highly scalable fleet of robotic AGVs. Our end-to-end solutions deliver accuracy, productivity and competitive advantage across a wide range of processes and markets. Vecna Robotics is committed to helping companies, ranging from Fortune 50s to small- and medium-sized businesses reduce costs and optimize workflows with cutting edge automation that adapts to you.
"We sought Robotic AGV integration primarily as a means to improve customer service, but also as a way to improve the employee experience and safety. Vecna Robotics' technology is helping us achieve these goals."
“Vecna’s robots are clearly top-notch, and winning the DHL/Dell Robot challenge was an impressive accomplishment. But what truly impressed me was how great the Vecna team was to work with. We look forward to exploring ways to work together more in the future.”
“We have tested other technologies, including robotic solutions for moving materials through our distribution centers. However, we have never moved so quickly to adopt a solution until we began working with Vecna Robotics equipment and team.”
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