Cambrian Robotics' AI-enabled platform helps robotic arms “surpass human capabilities” in vision-based tasks

Scarlett Evans, Assistant Editor

March 18, 2024

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Cambrian Robotics, a machine vision startup, has raised $3.5 million in seed funding for its AI platform designed to help robotic arms “surpass human capabilities” for complex, vision-based tasks.

The funding round was led by Cybernetix Ventures and KST Invest, with participation from Yamaha Motor Ventures and Digital Media Professionals.

In a LinkedIn post, Cybernetix said it hopes to “fuel Cambrian's mission to equip industrial robots with human-level capabilities and free humans to do more meaningful work.”

Cambrian’s technology combines AI-enabled vision software and camera hardware, created as an add-on to robotic arms to improve their vision capabilities and help them complete more intricate tasks such as bin picking, pick and place, machine feeding, feature location and assembly.

The system is designed to operate in any lighting condition and can identify and organize objects made of a range of different materials, including plastic and metal.

“We are incredibly excited about the possibilities that our recent fundraising opens up,” said Miika Satori, Cambrian’s CEO. “Our primary goals are to enhance the scalability of the product and strengthen our sales and operations in our main target markets.

“In addition, we are bringing new AI-vision-based skills to robot arms, further pushing boundaries in the field of robotics. We are equally thrilled to begin collaborating with our new investors, whose support is pivotal in driving these advancements forward.”

Cambrian currently has offices in the U.K., Germany and the U.S., serving clients including Toyota, Audi, Suzuki, Kao and Electrolux. The company plans to expand its presence further as it continues developing its technology. 

This article originally appeared in IoT World Today's sister publication IoT World Today.

About the Author(s)

Scarlett Evans

Assistant Editor, IoT World Today

Scarlett Evans is the assistant editor for IoT World Today, with a particular focus on robotics and smart city technologies. Scarlett has previous experience in minerals and resources with Mine Australia, Mine Technology and Power Technology. She joined Informa in April 2022.

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