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Sarcos Robotics is making Iron Man suits for the government

Source: Utah Business Imagine a futuristic robotic suit—something out of an Iron Man movie—that uses technology and years of research to combine the intelligence, instinct, and judgment of humans with the strength, endurance, and precision of machines. “Sarcos’ vision centers around designing, building, and commercializing exoskeleton robots to augment the work of humans in a […]

Powered Robotic Exoskeletons Add Flexibility to Manufacturing

Source: New Equipment Digest Three ways exoskeletons will transform plant manufacturing. Automation is a powerful tool, increasing productivity in manufacturing scenarios with high-volume, repetitive tasks, and handling materials with predetermined sizes, weight, and geometries. These automated lines are carefully designed and optimized for high throughput of items with set parameters. However, manufacturing environments with a […]

Sarcos Robotics Lands $40M Series C To Commercialize Exoskeletons

Source: Crunchbase Sarcos Robotics secured $40 million in an oversubscribed Series C financing round Tuesday. The Salt Lake City-based company produces robots that augment humans to enhance productivity and safety. Rotor Capital led the round, which included most of the company’s existing investors, such as Schlumberger, the company said in a written release. With the new funding, the […]

Wearable robot company marches to big raise

Source: Before industries go fully robotic, we’re going to see some unique man-machine mashups. There’s are two reasons I’ve written glowingly about a Utah-based robotics company called Sarcos, which just locked in an additional $40M in Series C funding. The first is the company’s pragmatic approach to becoming a key automation supplier in the near-term. While some […]

Sarcos Robotics raises $40 million to develop an exoskeleton for industrial applications

Source: VentureBeat Sarcos Robotics, a startup developing robots for industrial and defense applications, today nabbed $40 million in equity financing, bringing its total venture capital raised to nearly $100 million. The company plans to use the capital to commercialize its first full-body, self-powered product — the Guardian XO — ahead of an anticipated 2021 ship date. According to […]