Bright Machines

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Bright Machines is a developer of a software-defined platform that eliminates manual labor from manufacturing electronic devices. It provides solutions to industrial problems by bringing together computer vision, cloud and edge computing, robotics, and machine learning.

TypePrivate
Founded2018
HQSan Francisco, US
Websitebrightmachines.com

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2020)303(-2%)

Key People/Management at Bright Machines

Amar Hanspal

Amar Hanspal

Chief Executive Officer
Tzahi Rodrig

Tzahi Rodrig

Chief Operating Officer
Brian Mathews

Brian Mathews

Chief Technology Officer
Abhishek Pani

Abhishek Pani

Senior Vice President, Product Management
Bill Griffin

Bill Griffin

Chief Revenue Officer
Fiorella Dettorre

Fiorella Dettorre

Chief Human Resources Officer
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Bright Machines Office Locations

Bright Machines has offices in San Francisco, Seattle and Tel Aviv-Yafo
San Francisco, US (HQ)
585 Howard St, San Francisco
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Bright Machines Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2018

Bright Machines total Funding

$179 m

Bright Machines latest funding size

$179 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Bright Machines investors

Bright Machines's latest funding round in October 2018 was reported to be $179 m. In total, Bright Machines has raised $179 m
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Bright Machines Online and Social Media Presence

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Bright Machines News and Updates

Bright Machines wants to put AI-driven automation in every factory

There’s a mythology around today’s factories that says everything is automated by robotics, and while there is some truth to that, it’s hard to bring that level of sophistication to every facility, especially those producing relatively small runs. Today, Bright Machines, a San Francisco startup anno…

Bright Machines Blogs

Taking Pain, Cost, and Scrap Out of Network Equipment Assembly

In the past, networking equipment manufacturers looking to automate their assembly lines may have balked at the implementation times of first-generation automation solutions, which typically took 12-18 months to implement. Today’s next-generation automation showcases radically better implementation …

It’s Time for Tech to Lead Reskilling in the Age of Automation

Reskilling an entire workforce is no small feat and not the responsibility of any one party. Success relies on support from a complex web of institutions from government, to industry, to academia. Still, technology companies can play a more proactive role by considering the following factors. The po…

Future-Proofing Your Supply Chain Against Disruption

No matter how big or small, possible disruptions can impede your manufacturing operation at any time. In order to ensure a healthy supply chain, one that can seamlessly weather uncertain storms, it’s imperative for today’s manufacturers to incorporate local-first strategies. The post Future-Proofin…

Take the Headache out of Factory Automation

By Greg Eden, CMO, Bright Machines Automation is good for manufacturers and, ultimately, the people buying and using the products being made. So, why isn’t it much more pervasive in today’s factories? […] The post Take the Headache out of Factory Automation appeared first on Bright Machines.

Audio Device Manufacturer Amps Up Production by 100%

As speakers have evolved from music players to multi-faceted smart devices, including the voice user interfaces of a growing legion of digital assistants, their presence at home and work has grown. Audio devices of all shapes and sizes, built by a variety of manufacturers, are everywhere. The post A…

Building Security Systems: Ramping up Production Reliability with Intelligent Assembly Automation

Bright Machines Microfactories increase production and lower cost per unit. The post Building Security Systems: Ramping up Production Reliability with Intelligent Assembly Automation appeared first on Bright Machines.
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Bright Machines Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Bright Machines founded?

    Bright Machines was founded in 2018.

  • Who are Bright Machines key executives?

    Bright Machines's key executives are Amar Hanspal, Tzahi Rodrig and Brian Mathews.

  • How many employees does Bright Machines have?

    Bright Machines has 303 employees.

  • Who are Bright Machines competitors?

    Competitors of Bright Machines include KONUX, Clockwork and Domo.

  • Where is Bright Machines headquarters?

    Bright Machines headquarters is located at 585 Howard St, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Bright Machines offices?

    Bright Machines has offices in San Francisco, Seattle and Tel Aviv-Yafo.

  • How many offices does Bright Machines have?

    Bright Machines has 3 offices.