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About Waypoint Robotics

See what sparked our mission to build robots for the people who put them to work.

Waypoint Robotics was born out of a simple concept – build autonomous mobile robots that are scalable, flexible, and accessible for the workforce who uses them. Since 2017, Waypoint has lived by this mission, designing and manufacturing the easiest-to-use AMRs on the market today. Our full line of industrial-strength robots and accessory products are helping businesses innovate, optimize, and redefine what it means to empower the workforce.

Company Origins
BRIEF HISTORY OF WAYPOINT ROBOTICS
Jason Walker
Corey Hussey is COO and General Counsel at Stanley Elevator, a 65 year old privately held company
Jason Walker (CEO) and Patrick Hussey (CTO) worked together at iRobot, on Roomba
Walker left iRobot and cofounded CyPhy Works with Helen Greiner
Patrick Hussey left iRobot for Segway
Patrick and Cory Hussey founded Stanley Innovation – a robotics R&D company with an agile team, focused on prototyping and innovation
Walker and the Husseys join forces to start Waypoint Robotics – a fully independent robotics product company built to scale up to meet growing market demand
Patrick Hussey
Corey Hussey is COO and General Counsel at Stanley Elevator, a 65 year old privately held company
Jason Walker (CEO) and Patrick Hussey (CTO) worked together at iRobot, on Roomba
Walker left iRobot and cofounded CyPhy Works with Helen Greiner
Patrick Hussey left iRobot for Segway
Patrick and Cory Hussey founded Stanley Innovation – a robotics R&D company with an agile team, focused on prototyping and innovation
Walker and the Husseys join forces to start Waypoint Robotics – a fully independent robotics product company built to scale up to meet growing market demand
Cory Hussey
Corey Hussey is COO and General Counsel at Stanley Elevator, a 65 year old privately held company
Jason Walker (CEO) and Patrick Hussey (CTO) worked together at iRobot, on Roomba
Walker left iRobot and cofounded CyPhy Works with Helen Greiner
Patrick Hussey left iRobot for Segway
Patrick and Cory Hussey founded Stanley Innovation – a robotics R&D company with an agile team, focused on prototyping and innovation
Walker and the Husseys join forces to start Waypoint Robotics – a fully independent robotics product company built to scale up to meet growing market demand
Corey Hussey is COO and General Counsel at Stanley Elevator, a 65 year old privately held company
Jason Walker (CEO) and Patrick Hussey (CTO) worked together at iRobot, on Roomba
Walker left iRobot and cofounded CyPhy Works with Helen Greiner
Patrick Hussey left iRobot for Segway
Patrick and Cory Hussey founded Stanley Innovation – a robotics R&D company with an agile team, focused on prototyping and innovation
Walker and the Husseys join forces to start Waypoint Robotics – a fully independent robotics product company built to scale up to meet growing market demand
Why Waypoint?

Waypoint CEO and Co-Founder Jason Walker has always loved building and working on robots – he just can’t help it. Throughout his career he has helped develop a wide array of robotic innovations, from the Roomba to specialized drone technology.

But in his pursuit of building intelligent machines, he found himself at an ethical crossroads – how could he continue creating robots while people are worrying about these same robots taking jobs?

The answer:

Design autonomous mobile robots FOR the workforce so they can be included in the automation revolution. Waypoint robots are technologically accessible in every way, which has resulted in an empowered workforce with new skills and increased job satisfaction. Workers across industries are now able to make Waypoint robots do dull, dangerous, or dirty tasks so they can spend more time doing the interesting, engaging, and valuable parts of their job for which they are uniquely qualified!

Awards & Nominations

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Waypoint CEO Jason Walker was recently selected as a New Hampshire Business Review 2020 Business Excellence Award Winner. The 18th Business Excellence Awards recognize the imagination, industriousness, innovation and achievements of business owners in New Hampshire. Jason was recognized in the Technology- Small Business category for his dedication to helping companies of all sizes grow with automation tools like autonomous mobile robots that are accessible to workers on the job today.
New England Innovation Awards Finalist
Waypoint Robotics has been named a 2020 finalist for the prestigious New England Innovation Awards for our fleet of industrial-strength, omnidirectional autonomous mobile robots. First launched in 1986 and now under the stewardship of the Massachusetts Innovation Network, the NEIA celebrates companies across the region with revolutionary products, technologies, or processes working to improve lives.
2020 RBR50 Award
Waypoint Robotics was again chosen as one of the Top 50 Leading Robotics Companies by Robotics Business Review for the 3rd consecutive year. The RBR50 is the annual list of the 50 most innovative and transformative robotics companies that have achieved commercial success in the past year.
2019 New Hampshire Tech Alliance Product of the Year (POY)
MAV3K from Waypoint Robotics, Inc. has been named as a finalist in the 2019 New Hampshire Tech Alliance Product of the Year (POY) Award competition. POY recognizes the outstanding achievements of companies who develop innovative technology products in New Hampshire.
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Waypoint Robotics was chosen as one of the Top 50 Leading Robotics Companies by Robotics Business Review for the 2nd year in a row. The RBR50 is the annual list of the 50 most innovative and transformative robotics companies that have achieved commercial success in the past year.
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Vector by Waypoint Robotics was selected as NHBR's "Best Way to Adapt to Robots" for its ease of use and ability to deploy without the need to halt operations or redesign a floor plan. Designed for the workforce, Vector enables even small manufacturers to shift the heavy lifting to a robot and gain more valuable work from their employees.
BostInno’s 50 on Fire list
Jason Walker, CEO and Co-Founder of Waypoint Robotics, has been named to BostInno’s 50 on Fire list, which honors the people, companies, and ideas that continue to cement Boston’s status as the global hub of and for innovation.
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The Vector from Waypoint Robotics, Inc. has been named as a finalist in the 2018 New Hampshire Tech Alliance Product of the Year (POY) Award competition.
Mass TLC Leadership Award
Waypoint Robotics has been named a finalist for the Mass TLC Leadership Award in the category of Innovative Tech of the Year in Robotics, for it's autonomous mobile robot, Vector.
RBR50 Final
Waypoint Robotics was named by Robotics Business Review as one of the World’s Top 50 Leading Robotics Companies of 2018.
Favorite Product at Mass Innovation Nights 110
Waypoint Robotics fleet management system, Dispatcher, was selected by the audience as a Favorite Product at Mass Innovation Nights 110, a special startup showcase held May 10, 2018, at Draper's Sembler Office for Startup Engagement.
Best New Innovation and Best Innovation of an Existing Product
Waypoint Robotics has been nominated for a 2018 New England Innovation Award, which recognizes them as a company who transforms their ideas into a product that delivers proven value to customers.
Best New Innovation and Best Innovation of an Existing Product.
Waypoint Robotics has been nominated for two awards as part of the 2018 MODEX conference in Atlanta, Georgia – Best New Innovation and Best Innovation of an Existing Product.
Alpha Loft's Accelerate NH
Waypoint Robotics has been accepted into Alpha Loft's Accelerate NH, an exclusive and aggressive startup accelerator program designed to support, nurture, and fund early-stage startups.
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