Vecna Robotics Daniel Theobald will redefine the future of industrial workflows at Automate in Chicago
Vecna Robotics' Daniel Theobald will present on collective industrial workflows at the Automate Show in Chicago, Illinois on April 11 at 11:00am. This presentation will feature the importance of combining the individual strengths of humans and robots in sustainable workflows. It will also introduce the concepts that drive the world’s first AI-based orchestration engine to manage operational resources and monitor equipment.
Vecna is re-engineering of workflow automation to maximize the best possible productivity and throughput rates. This will redesign the way resources are utilized across a facility or multiple locations to create sustainable growth and scalability as advanced technology is increasingly integrated.
Vecna is also pioneering the world’s first AI-based orchestration engine, a tool that manages all operational resources (humans, robots, legacy automation, and manual equipment) and allocates tasks based on resource capabilities, availability, and location.
Located in the Chicago McCormick Center, Automate is the broadest automation solutions event in North America with 450 exhibitors featuring the latest in cutting-edge robotics, vision, motion control, and related technologies. The event attracts thousands of visitors from around the world looking for ways to enhance their processes, improve product quality, lower costs, and sharpen their competitive edge.
Attendance is limited, put Daniel’s session titled "The Collective Workflow: The benefits of human, robot, and AI integration" on your calendar today.
Daniel and Vecna will be displaying a wide range of vehicles, including its autonomous Tugger and Pallet Jack at booth ProMat #S5483.
About Vecna Robotics
Vecna Robotics delivers Automated Material Handling, Hybrid Fulfillment, and Workflow Optimization solutions featuring self-driving vehicles operated by a learning autonomy stack. Our solutions deliver value for customers in the distribution, warehousing, and manufacturing sectors. Our technology goes beyond traditional automation and focuses on maximizing human and robot capability to create fulfilling jobs, increase productivity, and encourage innovation.