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Tempo Automation provides development tools for electrical engineers. The Company offers low-volume electronics. It offers an advanced platform and software-driven automation.
TypePrivate
Founded2013
HQSan Francisco, US
Websitetempoautomation.com
Employee Ratings4.2
Culture scoreF

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Employees (est.) (May 2020)99(-11%)

Key People/Management at Tempo Automation

Jeff McAlvay

Jeff McAlvay

CEO

Tempo Automation Office Locations

Tempo Automation has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
1500 Michigan St, San Francisco
San Francisco, US
2460 Alameda St, San Francisco
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Tempo Automation Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2013

Tempo Automation total Funding

$74.6 m

Tempo Automation latest funding size

$45 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Tempo Automation investors

Tempo Automation's latest funding round in May 2019 was reported to be $45 m. In total, Tempo Automation has raised $74.6 m. Tempo Automation's latest valuation is reported to be $200 m.
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Tempo Automation Revenue

Market valuation

200.0m
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Tempo Automation Online and Social Media Presence

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Tempo Automation Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    F

    51/100

  • CEO Rating

    F

    45/100

  • Compensation

    A+

    100/100

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Tempo Automation News and Updates

Tempo Automation raises $45 million to rapidly prototype printed circuit boards

San Francisco-based startup Tempo Automation, which manufactures printed circuit boards, has raised $45 million in capital to scale its operations.

Tempo Automation raises $45M Series C for its turnkey circuit board manufacturing solution

Tempo Automation, a San Francisco-based startup that helps shorten the time from prototype to production for electronics manufacturers, announced today that it has raised a $45 million Series C led by returning investor Point72 Ventures. The round also includes new investor Lockheed Martin and exist…

Tempo Automation Blogs

Stay Out of the PCB Keepout!

Do you remember when you were a kid, it seemed like you were forbidden from going anywhere you really wanted to? Either a grownup was reprimanding you for the mere thought of entering a restricted area, or there was a huge sign with capital letters proclaiming “NO CHILDREN ALLOWED!” At the time, the…

PCBA Development Essentials for Minimally Invasive Medical Devices

You may have heard that the human body is a temple and should be treated as such. This simple directive inspires some people to take another well-known adage, “no pain no gain,” far too seriously. Running the Boston Marathon, climbing Mount Everest, or swimming the English Channel are all examples o…

How to Optimize Your 5G PCB Development

If you are a sports fan, then you would probably agree there is nothing as exciting as the buildup to a championship sporting event. Take the Super Bowl, for example. During the weeks between the determination of the two teams slated to play and the actual game, there is virtually around the clock c…

Polyimide vs FR4: Which is best for Aerospace PCBs?

The human spirit is indomitable. Collectively, we have an undeniable ability to face and conquer what once seemed to be insurmountable obstacles. A good example of this is flight. We have come from marveling at birds for being able to travel from place to place aerially at will to avoiding them as w…

The Difference Between Single-Ended and Differential Signals PCB Layout

It seems unfulfilling that we are unable to pay due homage to the source of some of the most well-known and most-cited pearls of wisdom that have been passed down to us. One of these famous sayings is that “two can live as cheaply as one,” which may have originated from a parent trying to … Continue…

The Advantages of PCBA Design for Reliability (DFR)

When designing PCBAs, what is your primary objective? Of course, getting it to work is the foremost concern; however, what is your chief focus during the design process itself? Perhaps it is board performance or quality once deployed. Or maybe the speed, efficiency, or flexibility of the development…
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Tempo Automation Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Tempo Automation founded?

    Tempo Automation was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Tempo Automation key executives?

    Tempo Automation's key executives are Jeff McAlvay.

  • How many employees does Tempo Automation have?

    Tempo Automation has 92 employees.

  • Who are Tempo Automation competitors?

    Competitors of Tempo Automation include MacroFab, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories and Automation Integrators.

  • Where is Tempo Automation headquarters?

    Tempo Automation headquarters is located at 1500 Michigan St, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Tempo Automation offices?

    Tempo Automation has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Tempo Automation have?

    Tempo Automation has 2 offices.