Vecna Robotics (Vecna) has unveiled its latest product in fifth generation autonomous pallet handling. The new Pallet Jack will be the first self-driving vehicle to include autonomous pallet identification, lifting, and pickup.
The model also features an OEM agnostic base. The enhanced software delivers faster, smoother pickups across a broader variety of pallets and goods, including pallets with bottom boards and partial pallets.
This new technology is a further extension of Vecna’s Autonomy Stack, which is said to instil independence in all its vehicles with dynamic obstacle avoidance, topological reasoning, local decision making, high-confidence navigation, and self-learning capabilities.
The Autonomy Stack enables vehicles to learn new skills as they work through diverse levels of demands, seasonal needs, and market changes – creating a constant cycle of improvement and maximising productivity no matter the situation.