Fetch Robotics Inc. is announcing early Wednesday that it has raised $25 million in a new funding aimed at meeting accelerating demand for its warehouse robots. The San Jose, California-based company is one of the leaders of a new army of “collaborative robots” that work closely alongside humans — in Fetch’s case, mostly in warehouses, […]
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Fetch Robotics, one of the most prominent robotics companies that hasn't yet been bought by Google, just got a $20 million round of funding from Softbank and other investors.
Double Robotics' iPad-eqipped telepresence robot is the first beneficiary of the $25m fund Grishin announced earlier this year. His cash will help Double ramp up manufacturing, which will be useful as early demand has been high.
Young robotics whiz Melonee Wise talks about how her startup Fetch Robotics aims to revolutionize warehouses and manufacturing with cheaper, more capable robots.
Chowbotics, a startup that’s building robots to help with food prep, has raised $5 million from Techstars Ventures, Foundry Group, Galvanize Ventures, and the Geekdom Fund. Founded out of San Jose, California, in 2014, Chowbotics ha...