Ant Robotics participated in the accelerator program run by mHUB, one of the nation’s leading independent hardtech innovation and manufacturing centers. Ant Handle was designed and developed in close collaboration with mHUB. Ant Robotics is planning to present Ant Handle at the Demo Days, scheduled for November 16 and 17, 2021. For the link to live presentation, inquire at: email@example.com.
“During the six-month accelerated incubation program, its participants have made great progress in product development, investor relations, and client outreach”, said Thierry Van Landegem, mHUB Executive Director. “We are looking forward to bright, successful presentations at the demo days. With new, innovative products and services, program’s participants are well positioned for further business growth.”
“This is the breakthrough device”, said Max Antonenko, Ant Robotics co-founder and CEO. “It allows our manufacturing clients to automate and optimize operations in the most seamless, natural way. I am proud of our engineering team. I also extend my thanks to mHUB innovation task force: with their participation and dedication, we accomplished the project in very short time.”
mHUB is a leading independent hardtech and manufacturing innovation center that exists to convene the entrepreneurial ecosystem around physical product innovation to ensure that the manufacturing industry continues to accelerate, grow and thrive. mHUB provides a hyper-resourced environment to entrepreneurs with the goal of commercializing new hardtech innovation that will lead to new businesses, intellectual property, investment, revenue and job creation. Find out more at mhubchicago.com.
About Ant Robotics
Ant Robotics develops cutting edge solutions for automated material handling, which includes robotic moving units and software system to orchestrate robotic transportation fleets. Ant Robotics uses innovative technologies to make its products fit into complex, frequently-changing manufacturing environments. This allows manufacturing companies to save up to 40% of their material handling costs. Find out more at antrobotics.co.