Demand for Vecna Robotics AGVs with IIoT Monitoring Strong in Automotive Sector
Vecna Robotics announced the opening of a Michigan office due to strong demand from the automotive sector. Unlike other automated guided vehicle (AGV) manufacturers, the Vecna Robotics materials handling solution is bundled with IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) 24/7 monitoring. This unique value proposition is strongly adopted throughout the automotive sector as remote real-time monitoring has become an industry standard.
The new office, located in Livonia, MI, puts the Vecna solution in front of key decision-makers throughout the automotive supply chain. Supply & Demand Chain Executive Pros to Know recipient, John Hayes serves as VP of sales and marketing for Vecna Robotics. Hayes suggested the new location will allow the firm to best support customers in the region, including Canada.
Recently, Vecna Robotics was named to the MHI AGV subgroup, considered a leading group of thought leaders engaged in robotics and materials handling. Hayes shared the growth of the company was directly attributable to a line of intelligent, infrastructure free, mobile robots including fully autonomous pallet trucks and tuggers. Supported by the company’s revolutionary IIoT Remote Assist platform, lean manufacturers experience greater productivity, improved throughput, and do so at the cost of an AGC (Automated Guided Carts) far less than AGVs.
Vecna Robotics provides a leasing option which makes the monthly costs less than a single fork truck driver. Vecna Robotics will be exhibiting and showcasing its AGV and IIoT technologies at MODEX 2018, April 9-12, at booth B4987.
Vecna Robotics (https://robotics.vecna.com) has quickly become the materials handling leader in the fork truck free environment while utilizing comprehensive IIoT technologies. All systems are safety certified to operate along-side people and can accommodate the operational model that achieves the best efficiency with unmatched flexibility. Vecna Robotics is a member of RIA (Robotic Industries Association). Follow on Twitter @VecnaLogistics. Companies in Michigan and surrounding areas are encouraged to see the products in action; contact John Hayes at email@example.com or call 313-395-6300.