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Fetch Robotics’ CEO on the company’s acquisition and the future of warehouse robots

Yesterday, enterprise computing corporation Zebra Technologies announced its plan to acquire Fetch Robotics. The San Jose-based startup has been a mainstay in warehouse and fulfillment robotics for a number of years, offering a modular system designed to automate companies behind the scenes. The full deal is valued at $305 million, with Zebra acquiring the remaining…

11:17 am PDT • July 2, 2021
Fetch Robotics’ CEO on the company’s acquisition and the future of warehouse robots

Proving that Central and Eastern Europe remains a powerhouse of hardware engineering matched with software, Gideon Brothers (GB), a Zagreb, Croatia-based robotics and AI startup, has raised a $31 million…

Croatia’s Gideon Brothers raises $31M for its 3D vision-enabled autonomous warehouse robots

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San Jose-based robotics company Fetch unveiled its latest robot this morning. The PalletTransport1500 is an autonomous bot designed specifically to replace forklift uses in warehouses. The systems, which are designed…

Fetch’s latest warehouse robot is designed to replace forklifts

Fetch is no doubt best known for its warehouse fulfillment robotics, which have found success competing directly with the likes of Amazon. But as with any good autonomous robotics platform,…

Fetch Robotics introduces a heavy-duty autonomous UV disinfecting robot

Placed against our sci-fi expectations, robotics have largely fallen short — with one notable exception. In 2019, automation is a mainstay in factories and warehouses. There the technology has been…

Fetch Robotics raises $46 million to expand warehouse automation internationally

For the love of robots, don’t miss your chance to save $100 on admission to TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI. Our annual, day-long event goes deep on all things related…

2 days left to save $100 on TC Sessions: Robotics + AI

We are not quite ready to announce the agenda for TechCunch’s April 18 robotics and AI show at UC Berkeley, but anyone who has been watching the speaker announcements is…

An insider’s peek at TC Sessions: Robotics & AI

This Friday, May 11, TechCrunch launches the West Coast debut of TC Sessions: Robotics at UC Berkeley. There are still a few tickets left, including $45 student tickets, that will…

Five reasons to attend TC Robotics this Friday at UC Berkeley

After tomorrow, April 13, ticket prices for TC Sessions: Robotics will jump $100 for the May 11 event hosted at UC Berkeley. Buy your early bird $249 tickets today before…

Last call on Early Bird tickets for TC Robotics at UC Berkeley, May 11

Fetch Robotics capped off 2017 with a $25 million Series B, bringing its total up to $48 million. It’s clear that investors are taken with the San Jose-based automation company.…

Fetch adds two new robots to its warehouse automation army

We’re gearing up for our big upcoming TC Sessions: Robotics event May 11 on the UC Berkeley campus, and we’ve got a lot to talk about. We’ve already announced Berkeley…

Marc Raibert, Melonee Wise and more will be speaking at TC Sessions: Robotics May 11 at UC Berkeley

What happens when you give a general-purpose computer chip a high-resolution view of its environment and the ability to react to what it sees? Turns out you create a brand-new…

Room-service robots — and that’s just the start

Melonee Wise of Fetch Robotics gave her insights on robotics and how robots are going to enhance our future. Fetch Robotics specialized in warehouse robots so that humans don’t have…

Fetch Robotics CEO Melonee Wise welcomes our new robot overlords

Remember Rosie from the Jetsons? That’s what Fetch Robotics is building, but instead of dealing with housekeeping and Elroy, the robots are designed for warehouses and e-commerce fulfillment centers. The…

Fetch Robotics CEO Melonee Wise and her band of merry robots are coming to Disrupt SF