Cambrian Robotics Secures $3.5M Funding Round

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LONDON, March 28, 2024 — Machine vision startup Cambrian Robotics has raised $3.5 million to develop its AI platform. The company's AI-based vision technology for collaborative and industrial robot arms targets advanced manufacturing and quality assurance tasks that demand high precision and accuracy within dynamic environments. Cambrian's robotic vision software and camera hardware enable existing robotics solutions to achieve complex automation for tasks that previously were only possible with manual methods. Supported functions include intricate assembly processes, bin picking, kitting, and pick-and-place. The solution also aims to offer high accuracy in any lighting condition. 

The London-based startup is testing and deploying its vision systems to manufacturers including Toyota, Audi, Suzuki, Kao, and Electrolux. Cambrian's solution works with all major industrial robots, the company said, and enables robotic picking of parts including transparent, plastic, and shiny metal. The software is also being deployed by appliance manufacturers globally for monitoring quality assurance and manufacturing defects that were previously unseen to the human eye, according to the company.


Published: March 2024
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Machine vision, also known as computer vision or computer sight, refers to the technology that enables machines, typically computers, to interpret and understand visual information from the world, much like the human visual system. It involves the development and application of algorithms and systems that allow machines to acquire, process, analyze, and make decisions based on visual data. Key aspects of machine vision include: Image acquisition: Machine vision systems use various...
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