Vention Expands Its North American Footprint With a New Office in Boston, United States

MC VEntion Expands North American Footprint with New Office in Boston 1 400

May 26, 2022

 

Vention, the cloud-based manufacturing automation platform (MAP), is pleased to announce the expansion of its North American footprint with a new office in BostonUnited States. The expansion is the second one this year, as the company recently opened its Berlin, Germany office.

Since 2016, Vention has helped some of the world’s most innovative manufacturers automate their production floor in just a few days. Vention’s manufacturing automation platform (MAP) allows any manufacturing professionals to design, automate, order, and deploy automated equipment and robot cells through an integrated cloud environment. Combining 3D design, code-free industrial programming, next-day e-Commerce logistics, and a library of 1,000+ modular automation components, Vention’s customers can drive their industrial automation projects much faster than traditional approaches.

North American customers already using Vention’s manufacturing automation platform (MAP) will benefit from enhanced coast-to-coast support from a dedicated client team. The expansion will also enable Vention to tap into the pool of  Boston’s robotic and engineering software talent to accelerate the development of its platform.

“Vention’s manufacturing automation platform has provided the opportunity for companies around the world to automate their factory significantly faster than what is possible today,” said Etienne Lacroix, CEO and Co-Founder. “Having a local presence in the United States will bring us closer to our American clients and business partners,” he added.

MC Bringing Competitiveness to All Manufacturers Vention 2 400

Source

 

Related Articles

  • EV Charging Opportunities for Business: A Primer

    EV Charging Opportunities for Business: A Primer

    January 31, 2023 Electric vehicle charging stations are booming and can be an excellent business opportunity, given the current price of gasoline and Canada’s intention to ban the sale of new gas-powered vehicles. Interested in installing an EV charging station? Guillevin’s experts can advise you. EV Charging Opportunities for Business: A Primer Are you considering… Read More…


Latest Articles

  • EV Charging Opportunities for Business: A Primer

    EV Charging Opportunities for Business: A Primer

    January 31, 2023 Electric vehicle charging stations are booming and can be an excellent business opportunity, given the current price of gasoline and Canada’s intention to ban the sale of new gas-powered vehicles. Interested in installing an EV charging station? Guillevin’s experts can advise you. EV Charging Opportunities for Business: A Primer Are you considering… Read More…

  • Rotary Encoders for Harsh Environments

    January 30, 2023 Rotary encoders are electromechanical devices that provide feedback on the rotational movement of an axle or shaft. Comprising two parts – a reader and a scale – they typically accomplish this task either by either “absolute encoding” or “incremental encoding”: Absolute encoders measure the precise angular position of the reader relative to… Read More…


Featured Article

Access Management for Your Plant and Machinery

With PILZ’s “Identification and Access Management” portfolio, they offer you a comprehensive range of products, solutions and software for the implementation of safety as well as security tasks. Below you’ll discover more about potential applications, from simple authentication to complex access permissions, and access management through to safe operating mode selection, maintenance safeguarding and safeguarding of data and networks. Experience safety and security in one system!

This solution ensures that a machine cannot resume operation while people are still in the danger zone. The maintenance safeguarding system “key-in-pocket” is designed for machines with danger zones, which are protected by a safety fence and which staff need to access – robot cells for example. In comparison with conventional lockout-tagout (LOTO) systems, maintenance safeguarding with the key-in-pocket solution is implemented via RFID keys with corresponding permissions and a safe list in the PILZ controllers. As a result, it provides a purely electronic restart protection and makes both mechanical interlocking devices and warning tags redundant.

Read more


Products