Jaybridge Robotics, a potential supplier of software and services promoting autonomous vehicles in companies declared that The Mass Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC) has recognized the company as a finalist in the Council's 2012 Leadership Awards Program.
According to the President and CEO of Mass Technology Leadership Council, Tom Hopcroft, robotics forms an integral part within Massachusetts’ emerging tech scene. Robotics companies create technological revolution in health care, transportation, agriculture, mining, and beyond. MassTLC is honored to recognize Jaybridge Robotics that was placed among other well-established companies in this exciting sector such as Interactions, Bluefin Robotics, and Teledyne Benthos.
According to the President of Jaybridge Robotics, Jeremy Brown, this recognition complements Jaybridge’s expansion following the recent launch of the company’s autonomous planting and harvesting systems developed alongside Kinze Manufacturing. The market entry of these innovative products marks the viability of autonomous vehicles for more reliable and affordable operation.
Selection of finalists was made by a panel of 50 judges including investors, executives, analysts and associates of the media. During the MassTLC Leadership Awards Gala, winners of the competition will be declared on Thursday, September 13 at the Boston Renaissance Waterfront Hotel. Dassault Systems, Sonus, Avid, and PTC served as sponsors for the competition.