It only took Locus 11 months to double the historical pick count from 1B to 2B picks.
Locus Robotics announces LocusONE, a seamless warehouse management solution that enables the operation and management of large quantities of multiple AMRs.
Locus Robotics has now raised $422 million since it was founded in 2014.
Locus Robotics announced that it passed one billion picks at a home improvement retailer warehouse in Florida.
The new deal is strictly for the Locus Origin AMRs. However, the two companies are actively discussing new use cases and form factors.
A SOC 2 report is a voluntary compliance standard and auditing procedure for companies with cloud-based products.
Kenco’s collaboration with SVT and Locus Robotics has made deploying autonomous mobile robots seamless, significantly easier, and faster.
Rick Faulk and Jason Walker talk candidly with The Robot Report about how the deal came together and what happens next for the combined organization.
The two companies offer compatible solutions that will extend Locus Robotics’ portfolio of solutions.
Locus Robotics adds heavy-duty payload capabilities and new AMR opportunities with Waypoint Robotics acquisition.
The Wilmington, Mass.-based company has raised about $305 million since it was founded in 2014.
Locus’ first 100 million picks took 1,542 days, while the most recent 100 million picks took just 94 days.
DHL Supply Chain is expanding its collaboration with Locus Robotics. By 2022, DHL plans to implement up to 2,000 assisted picking robots globally.
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Locus Robotics, an RBR50 company and developer of autonomous mobile robots, closed a $150 million Series E round of funding today. The round was led by Tiger Global Management and BOND, and included support from existing investors. With a new $1 billion valuation, Locus becomes a unicorn company. There are several autonomous vehicle unicorns, but…
Locus Robotics, a Wilmington, Mass.-based developer of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), continues its expansion. Last week it announced expedited plans to open its European headquarters in Amsterdam thanks to a $40 million Series D funding round. Today, Locus is sharing it plans to grow the presence of the LocusBots AMRs in the Australian and New…
Locus Robotics, a developer of autonomous mobile robots, closed a $40M Series D round to expedite the opening of its European headquarters in Amsterdam.
Locus Robotics’ Rapid Assessment & Design Service enables 3PL, retail, industrial and healthcare companies to quickly evaluate the benefits of deploying autonomous mobile robots.
Massachusetts-based RightHand Robotics and Locus Robotics are working to offer Locus’ multi-robot model for piece handling integrated with RHR’s autonomous work cell for warehouse operations.
Locus Robotics plans to use its latest funding to expand its sales and distribution worldwide and further scale up production.
Locus Robotics, a Wilmington, MA-based startup, raised $25 million in a Series B funding led by Silicon Valley Scale Venture Partners, with additional participation from existing investors. Locus plans to use the funds to expand into international markets and build up its growing subscription-based robot fleet. Locus business model uses Robots-as-a-Service (RaaS) which allows customers…