RightHand Robotics Closes $66M Funding Round

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BOSTON, March 2, 2022 — Autonomous robotics technology company RightHand Robotics has secured $66 million in a Series C financing round. The round was led by Safar Partners, Thomas H. Lee Partners LP, and SoftBank Vision Fund 2. Zebra Technologies, Epson, and Global Brain also contributed to the round, along with previous investors GV, F-Prime Capital, Menlo Ventures, Matrix Partners, and Tony Fadell’s Future Shape. Previous rounds were led by Menlo Ventures and Playground Global.

RightHand Robotics' piece-picking autonomous solution, RightPick3, aims to streamline supply chain processes of warehouses by using AI software with intelligent grippers and machine vision.

Published: March 2022
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