Lovell Government Services is proud to announce a partnership with Techmetics Robotics, the pioneer in Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR) solutions for service industries such as Healthcare, Assisted Living, Hospitality, Casino, and Retail industries. With this partnership, federal customers, such as the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs, will be able to find Techmetics' fleet of robots on government contract vehicles through a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). This development is significant as it helps streamline the acquisition experience for government customers and helps government entities meet their SDVOSB procurement goals.
Techmetics Robotics has created safe and powerful autonomous technologies that can work in both public spaces and dynamic environments. Their fleet is particularly valuable to the healthcare industry, reliably serving multiple roles such as secure medication and sample delivery, hospital disinfection, linen delivery, meal delivery, and waste disposal. In addition, this helpful technology is durable and accessible, requiring minimal training and setup. As a result, introducing AMR will help ease the burden of staffing, especially in high turnover environments.
Lovell is an SDVOSB vendor specializing in optimizing government sales and winning contract awards. With this partnership, Techmetics Robotics will be added to various government contract vehicles, making the robots more accessible to all government organizations, such as the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Department of Defense (DoD). Techmetics Robotics has already been approved for the Federal Supply Schedule (FSS), contract number V797D - 50450 and is pending addition to the Defense Logistics Agency's Electronic Catalog (ECAT).
"Lovell is one of the Most Trusted and Reputed Partners in Government Services. With Lovell, Techmetics Robotics gains a partner with a full spectrum of government organizations such as the VA, the DoD, and various other government contract vehicles that expand federal government reach and scale. We are excited to partner with Lovell to grow our business in government sectors," Mathan Muthupillai, Chief Executive Officer, Techmetics Robotics.
"We are thrilled to be adding Techmetics to Lovell's portfolio of Autonomous Mobile Robots to the Federal Government. Placing these products on contract vehicles will make this useful technology much more accessible to government customers than ever before," Chris Lovell, Chief Executive Officer, Lovell Government Services.