The Business Intelligence Group announced that Bright Machines was named a winner in its Artificial Intelligence Excellence Awards program.
Today, Bright Machines™ and Argonaut Manufacturing Services (‘Argonaut’) together are announcing that Bright Machines will automate Argonaut’s unique assembly process.
Bright Machines has been named to Inc.’s inaugural Best in Business list in the General Excellence category. Inc. created the Best in Business Awards to honor companies that have gone above and beyond to make a positive difference in the world this year.
Bright Machines scored a staggering $179 million first round of funding, as the San Francisco-based smart robotic systems company seeks to grab a piece of the multibillion-dollar smart automation manufacturing industry.
Kia reported in May that former Autodesk co-CEO Amar Hanspal had launched a stealthy manufacturing tech startup with around $200 million in funding.
The company uses technology spun out of manufacturer Flex Ltd.
A group of former executives from Autodesk Inc and Flex Ltd has raised $179 million in venture capital for a manufacturing startup that aims to use a combination of robots and new […]
Robotics has had a role in manufacturing since the 1970s, but even today they are aren’t often driven by the latest software. Bright Machines, a San Francisco startup wants to change that…
Bright Machines today announced the closure of a $179 million funding round and launched out of stealth.