Vecna Hosts MassTLC’s Robotics Cluster Meeting at Cambridge Campus

CAMBRIDGE, MA – On September 18, members of the robotics group from the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council converged upon Vecna’s Cambridge campus for a monthly cluster meeting. At this roundtable event, participants talked about state and federal funding opportunities, heard updates on the MassTLC Robotics Report, and viewed demonstrations of Vecna’s innovative solutions.

During the cluster meeting, Vecna’s representatives exhibited the robust CliniPAKTM mobile triage unit as well as the QC Bot® hospital logistics robot and patient self-service kiosks that have earned the company praise throughout the healthcare industry. Meeting attendees were also presented with a product overview of Vecna’s QC PathFinder® infection surveillance and antimicrobial stewardship software.

Dr. Martin Buehler, Vecna’s VP of Logistics Solutions, served as one of the main hosts for this gathering. He explains, “”The MassTLC robotics cluster meetings provide a unique setting for networking opportunities with leaders and executives from virtually all robotics companies in the New England area. Hosting the event at Vecna gave us the opportunity to demonstrate some examples from our broad range of successful products in the healthcare and robotics space.” Dr. Buehler describes the cluster members’ responses as uniformly positive. He adds, “The attendees were also impressed by Vecna’s products and by our commitment to community service. They witnessed that commitment firsthand during the demonstration of Vecna’s CliniPAK system, which is deployed in clinics and hospitals throughout Kenya and Zanzibar.”

As a recognized leader in robotics R&D, Vecna was pleased to host other innovators at their Cambridge Campus as they exchanged ideas and strategies to promote the growth and progress of robotics throughout New England.

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