Robotics Startups in Boston
List of Robotics startups in Boston
Piaggio Fast Forward
Computer Vision • Robotics
Founded in 2015 by the Piaggio Group, Piaggio Fast Forward creates lightweight, intelligent mobility solutions for people and goods. Based in Boston, MA, the company is dedicated to helping people to move better, further, faster, and more enjoyably. PFF builds products that travel with people on the move.
Computer Vision • Machine Learning
RightHand Robotics is a leader in providing robotic piece-picking solutions that improve performance and efficiency in e-commerce order fulfillment and intralogistics. Its RightPick product platform is a software-driven hardware-enabled solution that handles the core task of picking and placing individual items as part of a wide range of workflows.
Artificial Intelligence • Machine Learning
Perceptive Automata is solving what is often described as the hardest of the hard problems for automated driving: human behavior prediction technology for the safe large-scale rollout of highly automated and autonomous vehicles, especially in urban areas.
Artificial Intelligence • Computer Vision
Today, the functionality of robots has to be limited in order to be brought into human environments. Skylla Technologies looks to provide software and systems which allow vehicular robots to work in tandem with humans. We work with large international enterprises to realize a world full of helpful rather than dangerous robots.
Gaming • Robotics
Root Robotics is on a mission to make coding accessible for learners of any age. We make robots, apps, and curricula that allow people to instantly set up, create, and share interactive coding lessons. We believe robots are the best way to engage in the journey of learning how digital stuff really works.
Artificial Intelligence • Robotics
BIONIK empowers the world’s leading rehabilitation teams with data-driven, robotic therapy solutions that transform the neurorecovery journey to harness hope and provide proven, better outcomes.
Robotics • Transportation
Vecna Robotics delivers automated material handling, hybrid fulfillment, and workflow optimization solutions featuring self-driving vehicles operated by a learning autonomy stack. It delivers value for customers in distribution, warehousing, and manufacturing. Beyond traditional automation, it focuses on maximizing human and robot capabilities.
Food • Robotics
Spyce is a fast-casual restaurant concept at the intersection of food, hospitality and technology; making cravable, nutritious food at a broadly accessible price point. Our restaurant features a robotic kitchen that cooks and serves delicious meals. Our team includes MIT engineers and Michelin star chefs aligned revolutionizing the food industry.
Computer Vision • Hardware
Veo Robotics is transforming manufacturing with products that incorporate advanced computer vision, 3D sensing, and AI. Our first product lets high-performance industrial robots work collaboratively with people to enable much more flexible, productive, and efficient manufacturing workcells.
Harvest Automation is a material handling company that develops and manufactures robots to address some of the most challenging issues facing the world. Backed by a team of world-class robotics innovators, Harvest Automation has released the first flexible, scalable robots for Agriculture and Distribution & Fulfillment.
American Robotics is an industrial drone developer specializing in rugged, real-world environments. Through innovations in robot autonomy, machine vision, edge computing, and AI we have created the next generation of drone technology: a fully-automated drone capable of continuous, unattended operation.
Artaic is a full service provider of custom mosaic projects, from concept through installation. The creation of mosaic is brought to a new level, where art meets technology to make the medium more accessible. Artaic is a Boston-based MIT spinout company that is revolutionizing the design and fabrication of the ancient mosaic art form. Artaic...
Robotics • Software
Ginkgo Bioworks designs custom microbes for customers across multiple markets. The foundries are built to scale the process of organism engineering using software and hardware automation. Organism engineers at Ginkgo learn from nature to develop new organisms that replace technology with biology.
eCommerce • Robotics
Takeoff is set to transform eGroceries through efficient automated microfulfillment centers to solve both the picking cost and the cost and immediacy of the last mile. Takeoff offers an end-to-end solution that enables existing Grocery retailers to sell groceries online in a viable way.
Jaybridge Robotics develops vehicle automation for heavy equipment applications in industries spanning mining, quarrying, and agriculture. From vehicle assist to full vehicle autonomy, Jaybridge offers proven solutions for enhanced productivity, increased revenue and improved safety.
Retail • Robotics
In 2013, John Lert founded Alert Corporation, later renamed to Alert Innovation, Inc., and began working with co-inventor and business partner Bill Fosnight. Together, they invented Alphabot, secured start-up funding for Alert Innovation in 2016, and built the team that has now made their vision of Alphabot a reality.