Fetch Robotics

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Fetch Robotics is a company that develops warehouse automation solutions. It provides autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) for material transportation and automated data collection within warehouses, factories, and distribution centers, as well as industrial and commercial environments. The company also offers Fetch Mobile Manipulator and Freight Mobile Robot Base, providing a common robotics platform for researchers around the world to collaborate and share research.
HQSan Jose, CA, US
Employee Ratings3.4
Overall CultureA

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)135(-2%)
Job Openings21
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Key People/Management at Fetch Robotics

Melonee Wise

Melonee Wise

Chief Executive Officer
Carl Showalter

Carl Showalter

Chief Operating Officer
Dave Robson

Dave Robson

Chief of Staff
Thomas Scott

Thomas Scott

Chief Financial Officer
Barry Phillips

Barry Phillips

Chief Marketing Officer
Stefan Nusser

Stefan Nusser

Chief Product Officer
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Fetch Robotics Office Locations

Fetch Robotics has an office in San Jose
San Jose, CA, US (HQ)
2811 Orchard Pkwy
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Fetch Robotics Financials and Metrics

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Fetch Robotics total Funding

$94 m

Fetch Robotics latest funding size

$46 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Fetch Robotics investors

Fetch Robotics's latest funding round in July 2019 was reported to be $46 m. In total, Fetch Robotics has raised $94 m
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Fetch Robotics News and Updates

Lucas Systems and Fetch Robotics Announce New Partnership To Optimize Collaboration Between Warehouse Workers and Robots

WEXFORD, Pa., Aug. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Lucas Systems, a leading provider of voice and warehouse optimization software for fulfillment and distribution centers, today announced a partnership with Silicon Valley-based Fetch Robotics to enable the next generation of smart warehouses....

Zebra Technologies buys warehouse robot maker Fetch Robotics

Enterprise technology giant Zebra Technologies Corp. is looking to bolster its presence in the industrial robot industry, announcing its intention today to acquire startup called Fetch Robotics Inc. for $290 million. The acquisition, which is still subject to customary closing conditions, is expect…

Fetch Robotics and Honeywell Deliver New Integrated Pallet Conveyance Solution for Distribution Centers

Fetch Robotics, the leader in cloud robotics, today announced its new PalletTransport1500, an autonomous mobile robot (AMR) that supports cross-docking, returns and case picking workflows for contactless pallet transport in distribution centers. The PalletTransport1500 will utilize Honeywell Intelli…

Fetch Robotics introduces a heavy-duty autonomous UV disinfecting robot

Fetch is no doubt best known for its warehouse fulfillment robotics, which have found success competing directly with the likes of Amazon. But as with any good autonomous robotics platform, the Bay Area company offers up a modular system that can be adapted to address different concerns as they aris…

Fetch Robotics and Piedmont National Partner with PURO Lighting to Launch the SmartGuardUV Autonomous Disinfecting Robot

Fetch Robotics, the leader in cloud robotics and on-demand automation, and automated solutions provider Piedmont National today announced the launch of the SmartGuardUV disinfecting autonomous mobile robot (AMR). Purpose built to

Build With Robots, Fetch Robotics and the City of Albuquerque Launch the Breezy One, Autonomous Disinfecting Robot at Albuquerque International Sunport

Fetch Robotics, the leader in cloud robotics and on-demand automation, Build with Robots and the City Of Albuquerque today announced the launch of the Breezy One disinfecting autonomous mobile robot (AMR). Designed to protect employees and
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Fetch Robotics Blogs

Fetch Robotics and Körber Announce New Case Picking Solution for Distribution Centers

New integrated solution combines Fetch AMRs with Körber’s WMS for safer and more efficient picking San Jose, July 14, 2021–Fetch Robotics, the leader in cloud robotics, today announced a new integrated case pick-to-pallet solution with Körber. The new solution dynamically orchestrates the movement o…

Zebra Technologies to Acquire Fetch Robotics

Acquisition further accelerates Zebra’s growth in intelligent industrial automation as part of the company’s focus on robotics in customer-centric solutions  LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill. and SAN JOSE, Calif. – July 1, 2021 – Zebra Technologies (NASDAQ: ZBRA), an innovator at the front line of business with so…

Reducing the Cost of Product Returns

The continuing increase of ecommerce, which has accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic, has meant a booming business for merchants selling online, but it has also led to a dramatic increase in returns .This is a costly prospect for warehouses and other facilities that need to handle the returned m…

Recycling Removal using AMRs

Recycling Removal using AMRs No matter how lean or green your operation is, creating, shipping, or storing goods creates a lot of recycling and refuse that takes up valuable space in your facility. And, lest we end up in a ‘Wall-E” style situation, somebody has to take out the recycling or trash. Wi…

Fetch Robotics Announces Full Conformance with R15.08

Fetch Robotics Announces Full Conformance with R15.08, the First Safety Standard for Industrial Mobile Robots Company’s full range of robots, from 100kg to 1500kg models, conform with the first official safety standard governing the design and manufacture of industrial mobile robots San Jose, CA, Ap…

ProMatDX 2021: New safety standard helps robots work alongside people

The post ProMatDX 2021: New safety standard helps robots work alongside people appeared first on Fetch Robotics.
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Fetch Robotics Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Fetch Robotics founded?

    Fetch Robotics was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Fetch Robotics key executives?

    Fetch Robotics's key executives are Melonee Wise, Carl Showalter and Dave Robson.

  • How many employees does Fetch Robotics have?

    Fetch Robotics has 135 employees.

  • Who are Fetch Robotics competitors?

    Competitors of Fetch Robotics include 6 River Systems, Kindred Systems and Boston Dynamics.

  • Where is Fetch Robotics headquarters?

    Fetch Robotics headquarters is located at 2811 Orchard Pkwy, San Jose.

  • Where are Fetch Robotics offices?

    Fetch Robotics has an office in San Jose.

  • How many offices does Fetch Robotics have?

    Fetch Robotics has 1 office.