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Aethon Inc. automates internal logistics - or Intralogistics - by delivering and transporting supplies and materials to their point of use using its TUG smart autonomous mobile robot.

Aethon is a leading commercial supplier of autonomous mobile robotic products. Its portfolio of patented enabling technologies allow the TUG robot to seamlessly interoperate with building systems, IT systems, Inventory tracking, security and mobile devices.  A patented cloud command center provides 24/7/365 support and remote tele-op control of all the robots in the field.

Aethon has extensive experience in busy hospital environments where they are able to deliver and transport a wide array of materials as well as securely deliver and track medications and laboratory specimens.


Contact Info
100 Business Center Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
United States
Tel: 412.322.2975
Company Leadership

Aldo Zini, CEO
Peter Seiff, SVP, Business Development
Robert Reilly, CFO
Spencer Allen, CTO
Tony Melanson, VP, Marketing
Brian Curren, VP, Professional Support Services
David Wolfe, Director of Product Management

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