Carbon Robotics Stock

carbonrobotics.comFoodTech / AgTechFounded: 2018

Carbon Robotics is an AI-powered robotics system focusing on agriculture. The Carbon Robotics LaserWeeder™ can weed and thin crops while analyzing soil and crop health, hopefully with benefits such as a lessened dependence on herbicides. Carbon Robotics was founded in 2018 by Paul Mikesell and Shay Myers and is headquartered in Seattle, WA.

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Team

Management Team

Paul Mikesell
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, President & Board Member
Alexander Sergeev
Chief Technology Officer
Shay Myers
Co-Founder
John Major Jr.
Vice President, Programs and Manufacturing Operations

Board Members

Brian Ames
Anthos Capital

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News Highlights

Carbon Robotics raises $30 million in funding to scale its AI-powered LaserWeeder platform
Carbon Robotics, a provider of AI-powered robotics to the agricultural sector, has closed $30 million in Series C financing from new lead investor Sozo Ventures along with existing investors Anthos Capital, Fuse Venture Capital, Ignition Partners, Liquid2 and Voyager Capital.
Carbon Robotics Named to Fast Company’s Annual List of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2023
Carbon Robotics has been named to Fast Company’s prestigious annual list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2023.
Targeted laser kills weeds, thins crops
When Carbon Robotics started up four years ago, the focus was on development of vision systems and weed identification, with an eye toward precise control. The differentiator for this startup, however, wasn’t a more precise spraying system, it was the use of lasers.
Updated on: Apr 20, 2024

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