KC Robotics Achieves Robot Integrator Certification from Robotics Industry Association (RIA)

KC Robotics, Inc. has achieved the prestigious Certified Robot Integrator status with the RIA. To become certified, integrators go through a rigorous process including an on-site audit and hands-on testing of key technical personnel. Robot integrators who are certified by the RIA are recognized in the industry as part of an elite group of accomplished, trustworthy professionals.

“We are very excited to achieve RIA Certified Integrator status.  This certification not only helps validate our business systems and continuous improvement processes, but showcases the capabilities of the strong team we’ve put together”, says Crystal Vezey, KC Robotics’ Business Manager.

Jack Justice, General Manager, added, “At KC Robotics, we are committed to improving customers’ profitability and productivity by providing the highest quality automated systems. We do this with extensive employee training and creative problem solving. This certification is proof of the company’s commitment to our customers and employees. We are delighted to join this select group of certified integrators, as there are only 28 worldwide.”

“The RIA Certification is a major accomplishment for KC Robotics” says Paul Carrier, Operations Manager. “We set goals five years ago to improve company culture, employee expertise, customer service and communication. This certification is the culmination of our efforts. We are so proud of our employees! Their buy-in to each objective is what made this work.” The RIA certification is on the heels of unprecedented growth. KC Robotics’ current year sales are on track to increase 30% over 2017.

Sycamore Aves Robotic Team Visits KC Robotics

We are Aves Ablaze!

KC Robotics was ablaze with Sycamore High School students on October 9th when the Sycamore Aves Robotics Team visited our facility to see robotics systems in progress and learn more about the industry and job opportunities. After an interactive tour, the team demonstrated their new robot developed for the First Tech Challenge. KC Robotics’ engineers and technicians offered solutions to some of the issues the team experienced with their first prototype.
As the students left, Jack Justice, General Manager of KC Robotics, said, “It’s always fun to have the Sycamore team visit. Every year, I’m impressed by their knowledge of robotics and intelligent questions.” The Sycamore Aves Robotics Team was founded in 2016. They are a student lead club that designs, builds, and programs their robot for team competitions. For donations or more information, visit http://sycamorerobotics.weebly.com/aves-ablaze.html
KC Robotics supports student groups such as the Sycamore Robotics team to encourage young people to pursue interests in engineering, science and robotics. https://www.kcrobotics.com

Sycamore Aves Robotics Team