September 3, 2018 (MERRIMACK, NH) Waypoint Robotics was recently profiled in an article by the New Hampshire Business Review (NHBR), the leading industry newspaper featuring the latest business news for the Granite State.
Co-founder and CEO Jason Walker discussed the importance of creating a robot that is “as easy to use as an elevator.” Walker and the team at Waypoint believe the key to widespread automation is creating a user-friendly, easy-to-use autonomous robot.
“We believe that the problem with the robots has always been the robots, and what we’re doing, with this ease of use, is fixing these problems,” said Walker, in speaking with NHBR’s Liisa Rajala.
The article focuses on Waypoint’s journey from a subsidiary of Stanley Elevator, an elevator maintenance, repair, and modernization company, to a full-fledged robotics innovation company on the forefront of the automation movement. Walker also discusses the fast setup and simple operation of Vector, all supporting features of the “easy-to-use” narrative.
You can read the entire article HERE.
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About Waypoint Robotics
Waypoint Robotics designs and manufactures robots just north of Boston, Mass., an area renowned for robotics innovation. Waypoint is building autonomous mobile industrial robots — real robots for the real world.
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