ShipHero, a shipping and logistics platform, announced that it would implement inVia Robotics’ robotic system at two more fulfillment centers.
inVia deploys its systems under a robotics-as-a-service model, enabling customers to pay according to the productivity levels they desire.
Channel partner program to supplement inVia’s direct selling initiatives through new channels and international markets.
Logistics services provider Kantsu is deploying a fleet of inVia autonomous mobile robots at its distribution center in Osaka, Japan. It will also be using inVia’s software for inventory replenishment.
inVia Connect is a new software layer intended to facilitate integration of inVia Robotics’ cloud-based software and robots as a service into warehouse management systems.
inVia Robotics’ robotics as a service offerings are different from the competition in requiring less overhead and maximizing efficiency, says CEO Lior Elazary.
inVia Robotics, a Los Angeles-based maker of warehouse robots for e-commerce fulfillment centers, raised $20 million in Series B funding. The round was led by Point72 Ventures along with ongoing investments from Upfront and Embark Ventures. inVia Robotics raised a $9 million Series A round in February 2018, bringing its total funding to date to $29 million.…