Through internal R&D and external acquisitions, Amazon continues to be a leader in automating warehouse operations.
Locus Robotics has now raised $422 million since it was founded in 2014.
Attabotics announced that it brought in $71.7 million in Series C-1 funding. The latest round brings its total funding to $165.1 million.
ISEE, the Cambridge, Mass.-based developer of self-driving yard truck solutions, announced that it raised $40 million in Series B funding.
OSARO customers gain access to SVT’s SOFTBOT Platform to simplify complex system integration.
Pickle Robot Company announced that it closed a $26 million Series A funding round and it has live pilot implementations in the LA area.
Amazon has unveiled Sparrow, a robotic arm capable of picking individual products before they get packaged.
The April 2022 merger of MHS Global and Fortna resulted in a single company that will now be known as FORTNA.
Amazon already has more than half a million robots working in its fulfillment centers every day, and it’s looking to add more.
Fox Robotics intends to use the new funds to ramp up production, invest in talent, and expand globally.
Ambi is enabling warehouses to pull items from bulk inventory by using vision to guide robotic arms to grasp and then sort items.
A breakdown of some of the new features in the OTTO Motors’ 2.26 software release.
During limited field testing, Amazon learned certain aspects of the program weren’t meeting customers’ needs.
Walmart began working with Alert Innovation in 2016 to build custom technology for its micro-fulfillment centers.
ShipHero, a shipping and logistics platform, announced that it would implement inVia Robotics’ robotic system at two more fulfillment centers.
By combining with AutoGuide, MiR’s product portfolio will expand to include high payload AMR tuggers and forklifts.
Sumitomo invested in Dexterity’s 2020 funding round through its U.S.-based corporate venture capital arm Presidio Ventures.
ROEQ is delivering top modules and cart systems for OMRON’s LD-250 autonomous mobile robot, boosting its carrying capacity to 500kg (1,102lbs).
6 River Systems, part of the global commerce company Shopify, announced new features for its wall-to-wall fulfillment solution.
1MRobotics, a company developing robotic dark stores, emerged from stealth with two rounds of funding totaling $25 million.
Agility Robotics co-founders Jonathan Hurst and Damion Shelton will discuss how they’re developing Digit to perform real-world tasks.
Amazon said preliminary tests show a prototype pinch-grasping robot achieved a 10-fold reduction in damage on items such as books and boxes.