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More automatons about buildings and food

As I noted last year, we’re ramping up to return to Boston this July for our TC Sessions Robotics event. Our March 2020 event on the Berkeley campus was the last major in-person TechCrunch show before everything shut down. For what should probably be self-evident reasons, we decided that robotics is a subject best experienced…

11:15 am PST • February 24, 2022
More automatons about buildings and food

COVID, supply chain issues, labor shortages, Amazon. Take your pick. The reasons for getting excited about logistics robotics are numerous and growing. RightHand Robotics had already amassed its share of…

RightHand cashes in on the white-hot warehouse robotics space with a $66M raise

Reliable pick and place systems have long been a kind of Holy Grail among industrial robotics. The job of moving products in and out of bins is high among the…

RightHand Robotics debuts a new pick and place system

The search is on for exceptional early-stage robotics or AI companies to demo their technology onstage at TC Sessions: Robotics + AI on April 18 at UC Berkeley. This day-long…

Apply to demo onstage at TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2019

We’re very excited to announce our first guests for this year’s TC Sessions: Robotics. TechCrunch is returning to the UC Berkeley campus again this April for another full-day session delving…

Hany Farid and Peter Barrett will be speaking at TC Sessions: Robotics + AI April 18 at UC Berkeley

RightHand Robotics announced a $23 million Series B this week. That brings the pick and place robotic arm manufacturer’s total funding up to around $34 million, including last year’s $8…

RightHand Robotics grabs $23 million in funding