Starting this week, Gatik’s autonomous trucks will operate on predetermined short-haul routes to move products from plant to storage facilities.
Gatik’s medium-duty autonomous box trucks will be transporting products from a Kroger CFC in Dallas, Texas to multiple retail locations.
Microsoft plans to invest $10 million into the autonomous trucking startup as part of a funding round that would value Gatik at more than $700 million.
Gatik, Georgia-Pacific and KBX announce multi-year commercial partnership to disrupt class 8 short-haul market.
Samir Menon, founder and CEO of Dexterity, joined The Robot Report Podcast to discuss the company’s full-stack robotic picking systems. The show also discussed how China’s new regulations killed an autonomous vehicle SPAC.
Gatik no longer has a human safety driver behind the wheel of two Level 4 autonomous box trucks operating for Walmart in Bentonville, Arkansas. But the box trucks aren’t completely driverless just yet, however.
Gatik has raised a total of $114.5 million since it was founded in 2017. It also announced new autonomous box truck operations in Texas.
Pär-Olof Johannesson, CEO of TerraNet AB, offers his perspective on how the U.S. presidential election will affect the development of autonomous and electric vehicles worldwide, as well as relations with China.
Gatik, the RBR50 company developing Level 4 autonomous vehicles for B2B short-haul, middle-mile logistics, raised $25 million in Series A funding. Founded in 2017, Gatik has raised a total of $29.5 million. Gatik will use the funding to expand its operations across North America, its team in Silicon Valley and its growing presence in Canada.…
In this week’s episode of The Robot Report Podcast, we learn about industrial automation in China, self-driving taxis and trucks, and robots for household and commercial kitchens,
In her RoboBusiness Direct session, Gatik’s Chief Engineer Apeksha Kumavat will examine how a constrained operational design domain can bring middle-mile autonomous delivery to market more quickly.
Palo Alto, Calif.-based startup Gatik introduced Level 4 autonomous box trucks for middle-mile logistics. The trucks drive on fixed, repeatable routes and only make right turns.
Reported robotics investments in June 2019 focused on transportation, AI and software, manufacturing, and healthcare.