Built Robotics transforms heavy equipment into autonomous robots using its AI guidance system. Its system combines sensors such as GPS, cameras and LiDAR with advanced software that can be installed on standard equipment from any manufacturer, enabling them to operate fully autonomously.
The company transforms heavy equipment into autonomous robots for the $1 trillion earthmoving industry. They’re being used to build critical infrastructures such as wind farms, gas pipelines, and new housing developments. The system also allows one equipment operator to oversee a fleet of vehicles working autonomously in parallel.
Built Robotics is backed by some of the top investors in Silicon Valley, including Founders Fund, NEA, and Next47.
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RBR50 company Built Robotics, a San Francisco-based startup that transforms heavy construction equipment into autonomous robots with its AI guidance system, recently added Jeff Immelt as an advisor. Immelt was Chairman and CEO of General Electric (GE) for 15-plus years and was President and CEO of GE Medical Systems before that. He stepped down as…
Built Robotics, whose AI-driven systems can transform nearly any construction equipment into an a fully autonomous robot, will be unveiling its first commercially deployed systems at CONEXPO-CON/AGG.
Built Robotics closed a $33 million Series B round for its autonomy stack that turns construction vehicles into autonomous robots. The round was led by Next47 and raises the San Francisco startup’s to-date funding to $48 million. Additional investors include Building Ventures and existing Built Robotics backers Founders Fund, NEA, Lemnos, and Presidio Ventures. Built…