Bright Machines, a startup founded by a group of software and manufacturing executives, on Wednesday released its latest “microfactories” designed to automate the assembly of electronics.
Israel is not known for its manufacturing industry, but nevertheless, Israeli startups in technology for what is known as the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0, have seen an upswing recently…
Recently, a San Francisco based start-up, Bright Machines, announced one of its very first products that is specifically designed to make automation and AI reachable by all types of manufacturers, regardless of […]
San Francisco-based Bright Machines continues to grow its presence in Seattle following the opening of an office late last year.
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