How to Make Self-Driving Equipment Work for You

Vecna Robotics


Date: Thursday, March 25, 2021
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour

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Autonomous material handling equipment like smart, self-driving fork trucks, pallet trucks, and tuggers are becoming a standard tool for facility operations and are often key for maximizing throughput and staying competitive. Selecting the right solution and operating platform can increase efficiencies by up to 30%, extend the staff you already have, and even provide an immediate ROI.

Andrew Jackson of Vecna Robotics explains what Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) are, how they work and how they differ from other automated equipment. Learn what to look for when exploring whether autonomous material handling equipment is right for your facility.

In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • The different kinds of automated platforms and how they work (AMRs, vs AGVs & VGVs)
  • How to know if you have the right application for autonomous equipment
  • What the deployment of AMRs into a facility looks like


Andrew Jackson
Enterprise Sales Representative
Vecna Robotics

Andrew Jackson has over 15 years of manufacturing-based automation experience. He is a Certified Machine Safety Expert (CMSE) and has a core competency in safety assessments, performance calculations, and application of standards including ANSI B56.5 and EN/ISO 13849 - standards that are particularly pertinent to the applications of AMR’s, especially in high-motion environments such as manufacturing facilities. Aa a graduate of Lehigh University, Andrew started his career in general automation working with high precision measurement, traceability, and general sensing devices. He advanced through a specialization in Robotics Safety with a focus on Logistics & Manufacturing Robotics applications, PLC, and Safety Controller programming – skills heavily practiced when he served as the Regional Manager of East Coast Operations for an automation safety company. Andrew is in a unique position to understand the needs and challenges of automated travel in dynamic environments and how to advise companies for solutions.