Featured Certified Robot Integrator Calvary Robotics has been featured in an article by Robotic Industries Association (RIA). The article spotlights Calvary Robotics as a RIA Certified Robot Integrator. Notably, RIA interviewed Michael Marseglia, Director of Robotics for Calvary. The article introduces Calvary Robotics, challenges we have overcome and our vision going forward. Also Michael talked … Continue reading “RIA Certified Robot Integrator”
Calvary Robotics takes on the Tough Mudder For a second year in a row a group of brave individuals from Calvary Robotics participated in a grueling event called the Tough Mudder. The Tough Mudder is an event that stretches across 10 miles and has over 20 intense obstacles to navigate through. Participants climb, crawl and … Continue reading “Tough Mudder – Round 2”
System Partner Rookie of the Year To begin with, Calvary has been awarded System Partner Rookie of the Year from KUKA. The award was handed out at KUKA’s System Partner Summit 2017. This two day event took place in May 2017 in the sunshine state Florida. Awards were given to KUKA Partners in three different categories. … Continue reading “Award from KUKA”
Calvary Robotics Participates in the 2017 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge Once again Calvary Robotics took part in the annual J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge. The 3.5 miles race was held in downtown Rochester, centered around Frontier Field on July 11th, 2017. J.P. Morgan sponsors the Corporate Challenge for employees of local companies which benefits charities within … Continue reading “Calvary Robotics Participates in J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge”
Calvary Robotics is featured in the May 2017 issue of Business In Focus Magazine. Read the full article, we’re on page 20. Calvary Robotics Article
Visit Calvary Robotics at Automate 2017, April 3-6, Booth 1416.
Paddles for Saddles is a paddle tennis tournament which tournament benefits Equicenter, a non-profit organization that provides a wide range of therapeutic equestrian activities for individuals with disabilities, at-risk youth, veterans, and their families. The turnout this year far exceeded everyone’s expectations due to an increase in the number of paddle teams in the tournament.
The world’s longest-running and most successful corporate sporting/social event attracted 255,270 total entrants from 7,677 companies in 2015. The Corporate Challenge — featuring a 3.5-mile (5.6km) road race and post-race hospitality open only to employees from local businesses — has been a staple of the corporate landscape since its debut on July 13, 1977 in New York’s Central Park.
The leading 501(c)3 autism organization in Rochester and the surrounding areas which was founded in 2004 by a small group of parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Their mission is to support individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and their families, by expanding and enhancing opportunities to improve quality of life.