Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) have been collecting sensor data to avoid collisions and map routes throughout manufacturing plants and distribution centers. Until now the copious Big Data collected has neither been utilized nor actionable.
According to John Hayes, Vice President for Vecna Robotics (https://robotics.vecna.com/), “Companies have really missed out on vital predictive data collected by AGVs. Vecna Robotics provides both materials handling equipment and revolutionary disruptive IIoT monitoring. From simple OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) to maintenance data, safety recommendations, and lean manufacturing elimination of waste, Vecna Robotics is changing the entire conversation in materials handling. Vecna was the first company to offer actionable materials handling data.”
Vecna Robotics has taken the lead by providing actionable data which ensures manufacturing engineers have best-practice lean manufacturing solutions, driving prices down, improving both productivity and throughput. This advanced forward-looking utilization of Big Data is quickly becoming the industry standard. It transcends current AGV and AGC (Automated Guided Carts) and quickly defines the nomenclature of Industry 5.0.
In a first-of-its-kind leasing program, Vecna Robotics is offering a combination of both materials handling equipment AND IIoT monitoring. This program ensures a rapid ROI and far less than the cost of employing and insuring a fork truck driver.
About Vecna Robotics
Vecna Robotics (https://robotics.vecna.com/) is dedicated to helping companies better compete in today’s e-commerce driven environment with cost-effective automation that improves throughput in distribution and fulfillment. Its fleet of intelligent, next-generation robotic vehicles and AGV optimizes logistics and material-handling operations and work seamlessly alongside humans. With two decades of extensive research and development, Vecna’s case picking, goods-to-person, person-to-goods, robot-conveyor hybrid material handling systems are proven in the most challenging environments.
Vecna Robotics is a subsidiary of Vecna Technologies, which was founded in 1998 in Cambridge, MA with a mission to empower humanity through transformative technologies. The company is dedicated to corporate citizenship and has donated more than 170,000 hours of community service, and team members spend up to 10 percent of their paid work week on a community service project.
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