About inVia Robotics
Our patented autonomous mobile robots for supply chain warehouses are assembled in Southern California with parts made in America.
Driven by Innovation
We are dedicated to evolving the concept of a fully automated warehouse into a reality that empowers individuals, enables companies, and advances society.
Good enough is not enough. A drive to question existing warehouse automation processes and innovate is the foundation of inVia Robotics. We spend each day searching for ways to improve fulfillment efficiency, save time, and optimize productivity within the warehouse.
While the physical manifestation of what we create is robots and software, our higher purpose is to enable businesses and individuals to achieve their full potential by removing the boring and repetitive tasks inherent in business or in life.
With more than twenty years of leadership and business experience, Lior has directed and guided teams developing everything from back-office systems to the core technologies of the business. As a serial entrepreneur, Lior has completed several successful exits, including HostPro (now Web.com).
Dan has a rich background in software development and robotics innovation. Prior to joining inVia, Dan was the head of software and customer support at CAMotion, an innovative motion control and industrial automation company focused on high speed robotic solutions for material handling.
Rand has extensive experience working on robotics projects ranging from autonomous submarines to ground robots to quadrotors. He earned both his Masters and PhD degrees in Robotics from the University of Southern California.
Corwin's experience centers on building organizations that help manufacturing and logistics customers drive competitiveness with industrial automation technology and robotics. Previously, Corwin served as Director of North America for Rethink Robotics, and in progressive positions establishing U.S. sales operations for Keyence Corporation.
Learn more about the turnkey inVia Robotics Picking Solutions and the possibilities it can bring to your warehouse automation.