Adaptability is one of the most important skills you can have in today’s business world.

No one was expecting a pandemic to shut business down and create new challenges, but those who have been able to change on the fly have weathered the storm well.

Not only is Vecna Robotics flexible, said David Clear, the company’s Chief Revenue Officer, it’s flexible in a pair of key ways.

“We use the word flexibility quite a bit, and it can mean two broad things. Flexibility of the technology means being capable of completing a number of different tasks using the same robot,” he said. “With our technology, we have a considerably higher degree of flexibility in terms of the range of tasks we can perform at a single site.”

Vecna’s innovative autonomous mobile robots, or AMRs, are reshaping how work is done by adapting to their environment and changes in instructions, obstacles and more in real time.

And this automation may be more attainable for operations than most realize, providing ways to be agile and future-proof.

“The other side is the ability to adjust to changes in demand. That can be growth of a company – if your business continues to grow, you can flex with that. You don’t have a maximum capacity by virtue of having invested in a particular type of automation. The other one is some of those seasonal peaks and demands.”

With a remote deployment and evaluation process for industrial automation projects, Vecna makes sure work can continue even at a time like this, when the coronavirus pandemic has made business travel all but impossible and letting crews into your facility means increased safety hazards.

They also can go from start to finish in just four weeks, making sure you can change with the times – or as demand increases or declines.

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