Agility Robotics Stock

agilityrobotics.comIndustrial / RoboticsFounded: 2015Funding to Date: $179.07MM

Agility Robotics is developing walking robots that aim to be able to move totes and packages, unload trailers, and deliver goods. Their robot, Digit, can work for 16 of 24 hours. Agility Robotics was founded in 2015 by Damion Shelton, Jonathan Hurst Ph.D., and Mikhail Jones and is headquartered in Tangent, OR.

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Management Team

Damion Shelton
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Renuka Ayer
Chief Financial Officer
Jonathan Hurst Ph.D
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer & Board Member
Aindrea Campbell Ph.D
Chief Operations Officer
Rich Bohne
Chief Commercial Officer

Board Members

Bruce Leak
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Matthew Ocko
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News Highlights

Agility Robotics Brings Operational Visibility to Deployment of DigitⓇ Fleets with the Launch of Agility Arc™
To continue its robot development operations, Agility Robotics announced the launch of Agility Arc as it scales its manufacturing.
Amazon's humanoid warehouse robots will eventually cost only $3 per hour to operate. That won't calm workers' fears of being replaced.
Amazon recently began testing a new robot in its warehouse operations — meet Digit, a humanoid bipedal robot with a turquoise torso and smiley eyes. Designed by Agility Robotics, which Amazon has invested in as part of its Industrial Innovation Fund, Digit is only the latest of a string of warehouse robots the company has introduced over the last several years. However, most of the other warehouse robots have been cart-shaped or robotic arms, not humanoid like Digit.
Agility Robotics is opening a humanoid robot factory, beating Tesla to the punch
Agility Robotics is wrapping up construction of a factory in Salem, Oregon, where it plans to mass produce its first line of humanoid robots, called Digit. Each robot has two legs and two arms and is engineered to maneuver freely and work alongside humans in warehouses and factories. The 70,000-square-foot facility, which the company is calling the “RoboFab,” is the first of its kind, according to Damion Shelton, co-founder and CEO of Agility Robotics.
Updated on: May 22, 2024

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