IAM Robotics

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IAM Robotics is pioneering a new age in autonomous robotics. The IAM Robotics solution combines a 3D SKU Scanner (Flash), Mobile Picking Robot (Swift), and Software Interface (SwiftLink). Integrating our robotics solution into your distribution center starts with a detailed study of your warehouse, SKUs, layouts, conveyer systems, processes and most importantly, your needs. Together, we will analyze and determine the workflow of how the robots would work, what items they would pick, and where they would be most effective. IAM Robotics supports you through the process of WMS integration, onsite installation, and ongoing support and maintenence.

TypePrivate
Founded2012
HQSewickley, US
Websiteiamrobotics.com
Employee Ratings4.8
Culture scoreC+

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Employees (est.) (May 2020)47(+3%)

IAM Robotics Office Locations

IAM Robotics has an office in Sewickley
Sewickley, US (HQ)
12 South Ave
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IAM Robotics Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

IAM Robotics total Funding

$20.5 m

IAM Robotics latest funding size

$20 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

IAM Robotics investors

IAM Robotics's latest funding round in November 2018 was reported to be $20 m. In total, IAM Robotics has raised $20.5 m
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IAM Robotics Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    C+

    72/100

  • CEO Rating

    A+

    93/100

  • Compensation

    D

    55/100

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IAM Robotics News and Updates

IAM Robotics puts a unique spin on warehouse automation

Before robots get to do the fun stuff, they’re going to be tasked with all of the things humans don’t want to do. It’s a driving tenet of automation — developing robotics and AI designed to replace dull, dirty and dangerous tasks. It’s no surprise, then, that warehouses and fulfillment centers have …

IAM Robotics raises $20 million for inventory picker robots

IAM Robotics, an industrial machines startup based in Pittsburgh, has raised $20 million for robots that can sort inventory at "human-level" speeds.

IAM Robotics Blogs

IAM Robotics Cancels Participation at MODEX 2020

Exhibit Booth Remains Open IAM Robotics has canceled its participation at MODEX 2020 this week in the interest of its employees and others due to concerns over the coronavirus (COVID-19). MODEX remains one of the year’s best opportunities to engage with current and potential customers, suppliers, pe…

IAM Robotics Announces New International Client, A.S. Watson Group

A.S. Watson Leverages Robotics to Enhance Online and Offline Customer Connectivity Pittsburgh, PA, February 28, 2020  – IAM Robotics, makers of autonomous mobile manipulation robots, is pleased to announce the addition of a new client, A.S. Watson Group, the world’s largest international health and …

IAM Robotics Announces New International Client, A.S. Watson Group A.S. Watson Leverages Robotics to Enhance Online and Offline Customer Connectivity

Pittsburgh, PA, February 28, 2020  – IAM Robotics, makers of autonomous mobile manipulation robots, is pleased to announce the addition of a new client, A.S. Watson Group, the world’s largest international health and beauty retailer with over 15,700 stores in 25 markets. A.S. Watson will deploy a fl…

What We Are Looking Forward to at MODEX 2020

MODEX 2020, held March 9-12 in Atlanta, is one of the world’s largest supply chain expos, showcasing the best material handling and logistics solutions the industry has to offer.  We are excited to exhibit at MODEX and demonstrate how our robotic solution automates long-tail order fulfillment, enabl…

Personalities of IAM Robotics: Meet Karen Orton

Robotics Software Engineer From an early age, Karen Orton dreamed of working at NASA. Growing up during the era of the launch and subsequent successful landing of the Mars Rover had a significant impact on Karen, as she remembers the excitement surrounding the mission. A natural outlet for this exci…

What is an AMMR?

AMMR stands for autonomous mobile manipulation robot. These robots combine autonomous navigation with autonomous grasping. With a wheeled mobile base and  visual sensors that allow them to sense where they are in their environment, AMMRs are able to navigate from point A to B with the ability to “se…
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IAM Robotics Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was IAM Robotics founded?

    IAM Robotics was founded in 2012.

  • How many employees does IAM Robotics have?

    IAM Robotics has 47 employees.

  • Who are IAM Robotics competitors?

    Competitors of IAM Robotics include Shadow Robot, Stanley Robotics and Invert Robotics.

  • Where is IAM Robotics headquarters?

    IAM Robotics headquarters is located at 12 South Ave, Sewickley.

  • Where are IAM Robotics offices?

    IAM Robotics has an office in Sewickley.

  • How many offices does IAM Robotics have?

    IAM Robotics has 1 office.