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.
In this weeks episode, Steve and Mike discuss the expansion of Waymo service into SF, the recent Locus Robotics milestone – and Steve interviews RightHand Robotics CEO, Yaro Tenzer.
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.
Welcome to Episode 35 of The Robot Report Podcast, which brings conversations with robotics innovators straight to you. Join us each week for discussions with leading roboticists, innovative robotics companies, and other key members of the robotics community. You can subscribe to The Robot Report Podcast on Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, SoundCloud, Spotify and more. Please subscribe to the podcast and leave us…
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…
This webinar was presented on Thursday, December 10, 2020 Please click below to watch on demand Corporate logistics and supply chain groups have adopted a wide range of automation technologies to improve the operational efficacy and efficiency in warehouses and distribution centers, including robotics systems. Robotics technologies are being employed in warehouses and…
Robotics startups have a tough time right now, with venture capital firms tightening their belts and looking for sure bets, writes Rags Gupta, a serial entrepreneur.
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.
The Robotics-as-a-Service business model for acquiring robots is gaining popularity, but there are still some challenges, noted panelists at the Robotics Summit & Expo in Boston.
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.
Despite a few high-profile failures, robotics investments kept going strong in April 2019, with funding flowing to companies working on self-driving cars, supply chain automation, and robots in healthcare.
Locus Robotics plans to use its latest funding to expand its sales and distribution worldwide and further scale up production.
MassRobotics continues to make strategic partnerships as it helps the Massachusetts robotics cluster grow and develop. Its latest partners include Analog Devices, Honda, and Lockheed Martin.
Collaborative robots, mobile platforms, and the enabling hardware and software were all on display at Automate/ProMat, but what was new and noteworthy?
Growing demand for rapid e-commerce order fulfillment is a major driver for the development and adoption for mobile robots. However, the market and the technologies that serve it are changing rapidly. The Robot Report asked the following five experts in mobile robotics about their observations (their responses have been edited for length): Tom Galluzzo, founder…