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Industrial autonomous vehicle solutions are important for streamlining your operations. But how do you decide which provider is best for your business?

This guide outlines the differences between industrial autonomous vehicles offered by Cyngn and Vecna Robotics. Below, you will learn how Cyngn’s DriveMod Stockchaser and Vecna Robotic’s ATG differ.


How Does Cyngn Compare to Vecna Robotics?

Cyngn's Autonomous Stockchaser Vecna Robotics' ATG
Works with your existing vehicles?
Brings AV technology to time-tested vehicles?
Tow ≥ 6,000 lbs?
Tows multiple carts?
Works in both manual and autonomous modes?
Pricing model?
Deployment Fee + Monthly Subscription
Deployment Fee + Monthly Subscription

Unleashing Fleet Optionality to Meet Your Business Needs.

Whether you choose to upgrade your current industrial vehicles or acquire a new fleet, we've got you covered.

Cyngn offers flexible solutions to enhance your organization's operations. With DriveMod, we can seamlessly integrate your industrial vehicles into one unified AV fleet, simplifying management through a single FMS.


Discover the Dependability of a Time-Tested Vehicle.

Experience our cutting-edge AV technology on an industrial vehicle brand you already trust. 

Unlike Vecna Robotics, at Cyngn, you can trust in the reputable performance and track record of the time-tested industrial vehicles we use.

By bringing autonomous capabilities to commercially available vehicles from well-known vehicle manufacturers, you can have peace of mind that your fleet will benefit from established maintenance processes, no matter the issues that may arise. New vehicle types can create risk for your organization and lead to unexpected shutdowns.


AV Technology for Every Industrial Vehicle Type.

Unlike Vecna Robotics, we have designed our AV stack to be compatible with a wide range of industrial applications.

By unifying our technology into a single component, our solution is highly adaptable and, with time, can be deployed to nearly any industrial vehicle — no matter how specialized. 

In fact, DriveMod has been successfully deployed on more than a dozen form factors, including the DriveMod Stockchaser, and will become commercially available on the BYD Forklift and Motrec Tugger in the coming months.


What to Consider When Choosing an Autonomous Vehicle Solution

What’s the deployment process?

Selecting an AV provider that can customize AV deployments specific to your business needs is important. Look for a solution that smoothly integrates into your current infrastructure, ensuring a seamless and straightforward process. Ask questions about deployment speed, ongoing support and maintenance, training procedures, etc.

Should I work with legacy OEMs or new entrants?

Many AMR providers in the market are new entrants. While there are benefits to working with a brand new AV type, providers that partner with established OEMs tend to bring a wealth of industry knowledge, along with reputations for reliability and quality that often provide an extra sense of security.

What are the safety features in place?

Safety should be a top priority for your AMR provider. Therefore, it’s important to choose an AMR that has advanced safety features and a provider with detailed safety protocols  in place in order to minimize risks to your workers and assets. Ask questions about communication lights, sensors, redundancies, etc.

What is the pricing model?

While some providers require you to purchase a vehicle upfront, others allow you to access self-driving vehicle solutions on a monthly subscription basis. This provides you with predictable costs and gives you extra flexibility to scale your fleet up or down as needed. 

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The above illustration is being provided for general informational purposes only. Cyngn Inc. (“Cyngn”) does not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability and accuracy of this information. Cyngn is not affiliated or related to Vecna Robotics in any way. The information regarding Vecna Robotics' ATG is based on Cyngn’s data and good faith research and the information is subject to change.