Get the most out of Ro­bot­ics Business Review!


Seegrid
Background
Seegrid Corporation, founded in 2003, brings robotic vision-guided technology to the material handling industry.

With more than thirty years of innovation and research by the leading robotic scientists, engineers, programmers and logistics practitioners worldwide, Seegrid’s exclusive Robotic Industrial Trucks are revolutionizing the movement of materials in manufacturing and distribution environments.

Seegrid’s technology transforms industrial vehicles into unmanned, automated pallet trucks and tow tractors that operate without the need for wire, tape, laser or other costly automated guided vehicle guidance systems.  Seegrid offers solutions that optimize work flow processes by increasing productivity and reducing costs, creating economic and operational advantages.

Show/Hide

Contact Info
216 RIDC Park West Dr.
Pittsburgh, PA, 15275
United States
Tel: 877.SEEGRID
Fax: 877.733.4743
sales@seegrid.com, pr@seegrid.com
http://www.seegrid.com
Company Leadership

Jim Rock, Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Hans Moravec, Chief Scientist and Founder
Mitchell Weiss, Chief Technology Officer
Chris Visnic, Vice President, Sales and Services
Jeff Christensen, Vice President of Products
Sid Wiesner, Vice President of Engineering


Market Segments


Seegrid in the News
Seegrid’s tow tractors coupled with Topper industrial cart systems act as trains carrying multiple loads in one trip.
More about Seegrid from Robotics Business Review

This is a preview of Robotics Business Review data.
Please register to view the entire company profile.
Get access to all RBR content by joining today!
Start your premium membership!
Already a member? Log in.


Show/Hide Login





Special Focus: Robots and the Law

Special Focus: 3D Printing
3D Printing

The new reality of customizable, one-off production:
Additive Manufacturing (AM). Where it’s going, why and what’s
driving its emergence.


3D Printing Podcast: Growth Projections, Drivers and Major Players

3-D Printed Metal Bridge to Span Dutch Canal

GE, Boeing Use 3-D Printing for Durable Aircraft Parts
More in 3D Printing