Fetch Robotics

Fetch Robotics—a venture­-backed Silicon Valley start-­up that launched in 2014—is creating innovative robotic solutions for the logistics market. With its first-class robotics and software programming, Fetch Robotics designs autonomous and collaborative robots, like the Freight mobile base and Fetch mobile manipulator models, to streamline operations, provide real-time warehouse information, and ultimately increase productivity.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Jose, US
Founded
2014
Size (employees)
54 (est)+4%
Fetch Robotics was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Jose, US

Key People at Fetch Robotics

Melonee Wise

Melonee Wise

CEO

Fetch Robotics Office Locations

Fetch Robotics has an office in San Jose
San Jose, US (HQ)
1961 Concourse Dr

Fetch Robotics Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2014

Total Funding

$26 m

Latest funding size

$20 m

Time since last funding

about 2 years

Investors

Fetch Robotics's latest funding round in June 2015 was reported to be $20 m. In total, Fetch Robotics has raised $26 m

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Fetch Robotics Online and Social Media Presence

Fetch Robotics News and Updates

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LocusBots can now ‘talk’ to each other and collaborate in warehouses

 Locus Robotics today unveiled a navigational system that makes it possible for their LocusBots to work more effectively together, and alongside humans in crowded, bustling warehouses. The LRAN system, which stands for Locus Robotics Advanced Navigation, debuted at the industry trade show ProMat in …

6 River Systems unveils warehouse robots that show workers the way

 When Amazon acquired Kiva Systems in 2012, other retailers and third-party fulfillment centers panicked. The e-commerce giants took Kiva’s robots off the market, leaving their competitors without an important productivity tool. Lots of newcomers have cropped up to help warehouses keep up with deman…

These Are The Robots Who Are Fulfilling Your Christmas Orders

Robots are working alongside people in more warehouses, though creators say they're not taking human jobs . . . yet. Robots are working alongside people in more warehouses, though creators say they're not taking human jobs . . . yet.Some of the gifts you order this holiday seas…

Room-service robots — and that’s just the start

 What happens when you give a general-purpose computer chip a high-resolution view of its environment and the ability to react to what it sees? Turns out you create a brand-new industry. Read More

Stocked Up: 150+ Companies Attacking The Supply Chain & Logistics Space

Supply chain and logistics tech companies have seen funding go up significantly over the past few years as the category gains momentum. Smart money VCs and corporate venture arms are both participating in the space, and full-year run-rate projections estimate over $5B … Continued
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