Locus Robotics

Anyone can build a robot. Not just anyone can solve your warehouse needs. We know a lot about robots. News flash: just about anyone can build one if they put their mind to it. What matters isn't the robot; it's what the robot does - gets orders out the door, to the right customer, at the right time, for the right cost. If a robot can't increase UPH, if it can't drive down costs, and keep pace with SLA and same day shipping demands, you wouldn't give it a second look. Combined, our management team has more than 200 years of warehouse experience. We didn't just build any robot. We built a robot designed specifically to meet your warehouse picking needs. So, yeah, it's a pretty great robot.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Andover, US
Founded
2014
Size (employees)
39 (est)
Locus Robotics was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Andover, US

Locus Robotics Office Locations

Locus Robotics has an office in Andover
Andover, US (HQ)
100 Burtt Rd

Locus Robotics Data and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

Total Funding

$8 m

Latest funding size

$8 m

Time since last funding

over 1 year
Locus Robotics's latest funding round in May 2016 was reported to be $8 m. In total, Locus Robotics has raised $8 m

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Four robot demos you missed at TC Sessions: Robotics

 TC Sessions: Robotics featured robots for as far as the eye could see, and several took the stage for special demonstrations. We were honored to play host as these innovative companies and teams showed off their latest creations. The videos are below are well worth your time. The latest version of …

Here’s why you need to attend TC Sessions: Robotics

 TC Sessions: Robotics brings together the best minds in the industry to chat about current developments and trends shaping the future. The event will be held at MIT on July 17. Let’s get this out of the way: There are few tickets left to purchase, and seating is limited. MIT’s Kresge Auditorium can…

More robots! Announcing three demos for TC Sessions: Robotics at MIT on July 17

 There are so many great robotics projects underway that it’s hard to pick the best to appear at TC Sessions: Robotics, which is coming to MIT’s Kresge Auditorium on July 17. The agenda is full with lots of robots accompanying their creators on panel sessions and 1:1s. But that’s not enough. There e…

The impact of AI on supply chain logistics

GUEST: Ever wonder how your Amazon Prime packages show up at your door mere hours after you place an order? A complex series of operations connects suppliers to manufacturers to wholesalers to retailers to you, the end consumer. Oversight of this process is called supply chain management (SCM). With…

A problem that keeps warehouse work from being fully automated has just been solved

Amazon, the largest US ecommerce company, has about 45,000 robots working in its warehouses, but so far they don’t seem to be taking jobs from…

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 …
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