AMP Robotics Stock

amprobotics.comIndustrial / RoboticsFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $178.52MM

AMP Robotics applies artificial intelligence, computer vision and robotics to the recycling infrastructure to ensure that recyclables are detected in being recycled. This company was founded in 2015 by Matanya Horowitz and is headquartered in Louisville, CO. AMP Robotics's AMP Neuron AI platform recognizes, at a high speed, different colors, textures, shapes, sizes and even labels to identity if the materials can be recycled.

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Management Team

Matanya Horowitz
Founder, Chief Executive Officer, President & Board Member

Board Members

Abraham Yokell
Congruent Ventures
Brian Barlow
Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners
Shaun Maguire Ph.D
Sequoia Capital
Timothy Brown

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News Highlights

AMP rebrands with a focus on supplying entire facilities
AMP Robotics, a supplier of artificial intelligence and robotics equipment for recycling facilities, has rebranded as AMP and is now focused on supplying entire recycling centers equipped with automated sorting systems.
AMP Robotics rebrand highlights expanded portfolio
AMP Robotics is rebranding as AMP to reflect its expanded product portfolio beyond robotics, which now includes AI-powered waste sorting systems. The company aims to maximize value for customers and shareholders by focusing on sustainable resource recovery enabled by artificial intelligence.
AMP Robotics attracts investment from Microsoft’s Climate Innovation Fund
AMP Robotics, a Denver, Colorado-based startup creating robotic systems that can automatically sort recyclable material, today announced that it extended its Series C round to $99 million, thanks to an investment from Microsoft’s Climate Innovation Fund.
Updated on: May 23, 2024


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