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Clearpath Robotics raises $30 million to become a Tesla for the factory floor

Ontario tech firm Clearpath Robotics has raised $30 million in a Series B round of venture funding to scale up production of its self-driving vehicles. They’re not exactly Teslas or Google self-driving cars. Intsead, Clearpath makes vehicles that autonomously move boxes and pallets around factories, warehouses and distribution centers. Clearpath CEO and co-founder Matt Rendall tells… Rea
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