RightHand Robotics Raises $23 Million for Warehouse Automation Expansion
By Jennifer Smith | Dec. 17, 2018 9:00 a.m. ET
Warehouse automation startup RightHand Robotics Inc. raised $23 million in a new funding round to add staff and develop more applications for its mechanical picking technology.
The Somerville, Mass., company’s system, designed for e-commerce operations, incorporates artificial intelligence and cameras that perceive depth and color with a robotic arm that uses a polymer gripper with a suction cup to pick up objects. Customers include large retailers, pharmaceutical firms and logistics providers, the company said.
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