XYZ Robotics has raised close to $20 million in an oversubscribed Series A+ round as it continues developing and deploying vision-guided robots for logistics applications.
Robotic piece picking gets more flexible with AI-enabled adaptive tooling
Robotic piece picking requires the right end effectors for the items being picked, properly trained machine vision, and interfaces with other systems, notes XYZ Robotics CTO Peter Yu.
Tooling from XYZ Robotics designed to adapt to challenging warehouse cases
XYZ Robotics offers standalone vision systems for integrators in addition to turnkey solutions and a compliant tool head for end users.
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XYZ Robotics speeds up putwall, picking operations
For years now, supply chains have sought the ability for robots to rapidly and accurately pick and place a wide range of objects. XYZ Robotics Inc. is one startup that is committed to meeting that challenge with a combination of machine learning and robotic manipulation. Peter Yu, chief technology officer at XYZ Robotics in Allston,…