Path Robotics

Canvas Category Machinery : Industrial Robot : Robot Welding

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Primary Location Columbus, Ohio, United States

Financial Status VC-C; Tiger Global, Silicon Valley Bank

We create manufacturing robots that autonomously scan, position, and weld your parts without the need for skilled welders or robot programmers.

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The Midwest Is Becoming the Brains of the Future of Manufacturing

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✍️ Author: Ryan Shondell

🏢 Organizations: Path Robotics


At Path Robotics, we’re using software, hardware, computer vision, machine learning and AI to add human intelligence to traditional robotics. We believe that the data our systems generate unlocks scalability, and with that data we can teach robots how to replicate human behavior and scale product growth. Using our expertise in engineering and AI, we’re building the eyes and hands of our robots to receive data, use algorithms to adapt to information, and make actions based on our deep understanding of manufacturing outcomes.

Right now we are laser focused on welding because it is such a pressing issue for our customers, but this technology has the potential to solve every process of manufacturing: taking raw materials, getting them prepared, assembling, welding, grinding, painting, etc. Because the labor shortage isn’t going away.

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Path Robotics Raises $100M

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🔖 Topics: funding event

🏢 Organizations: Path Robotics, Tiger Global


Path Robotics, producer of the world’s first truly autonomous robotic manufacturing system, today announced it received $100 million in pre-emptive Series C financing led by Tiger Global. Existing investor Addition also participated in the round, along with Silicon Valley Bank.

“Most robots merely repeat what they are told, with no ability to improve themselves. The future of manufacturing hinges on highly capable, flexible robotics. Robots that can truly see and learn,” said Andrew Lonsberry, CEO of Path. Path’s autonomous robots solve the world’s hardest manufacturing challenges, with no programming required. For local manufacturers struggling to find skilled laborers, this is powerful. “Path is laser-focused on partnering with manufacturers to empower them to thrive in the resurgence of this critical industry,” says Lonsberry. Through computer vision and artificial intelligence, Path’s system today can see what is in front of it, understand what it is supposed to do, and with the push of a button, execute a weld.

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