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Agility Robotics

Founded Year



Series B | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$150M | 1 yr ago

About Agility Robotics

Agility Robotics builds machines today for academic, corporate, and military research and development, working towards a diverse range of near-future applications, including research machines, military, telepresence, remote sensing, search and rescue, and delivery and courier services. The company designs and builds machines that are agile, efficient, and capable of handling highly dynamic maneuvers. They are robust, successfully negotiating large ground surface variations in height or softness. They are also quiet, with only noise from an electric motor and footfalls. Agility Robotics was founded in 2015 and is based in Albany, Oregon.

Headquarters Location

421 NE Water Ave #1100

Albany, Oregon, 97231,

United States

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Expert Collections containing Agility Robotics

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Agility Robotics is included in 5 Expert Collections, including Supply Chain & Logistics Tech.


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Retail Tech 100

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Agility Robotics Patents

Agility Robotics has filed 5 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Robotics
  • Robots
  • Actuators
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Bipedal humanoid robots, Robots, Mecha, Social robots, Individual robots


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Latest Agility Robotics News

Economic value created by AI in the global supply chain is expected to reach $1.3 trillion over the next 20 years

May 26, 2023

This and other topics were discussed at the Supply Chain Tech Summit Published:  May 26, 2023 10:23 Tushar Singhvi, Deputy CEO and Head of Investments at Crescent Enterprises Image Credit: Supplied CE-Ventures, hosted the region's first-ever Supply Chain Tech Summit – 'Forging the Tech-Driven Future'. Topics related to robotics, artificial intelligence, and the opportunities modern technology and venture capital hold for the future of global supply chains were discussed in detail during the Summit. The Summit’s welcoming remarks were given by Tushar Singhvi, Deputy CEO and Head of Investments at Crescent Enterprises, where he set the stage for the day's discussions by emphasising the importance of technology in driving transformation and growth in the supply chain industry, and the role the UAE has played in fostering an ecosystem of innovation. “The market size and growth of AI in the supply chain have been remarkable. According to recent reports, the potential economic value created by AI in the global supply chain is expected to reach US$1.3 trillion over the next 20 years. He continued: “By hosting the Supply Chain Tech Summit, CE-Ventures aims to showcase innovative tech-enabled solutions, foster collaborations, and provide a platform for industry leaders, startups, and investors to exchange ideas and drive advancements in supply chain technology.” Unlocking the Potential of Robotics in Supply Chain The keynote session, by Damion Shelton, CEO of Agility Robotics, a US based company developing robots that work alongside people in warehouses, explored the transformative power of robotics and automation, with solutions needing to be human-centric and multi-purpose. His insights into the potential impact of robotics on the supply chain industry captivated the audience and set the tone for the subsequent panel discussions. With regards to Agility Robotics’ contribution to the field of supply chain tech, Damion said: “Our mission at Agility Robotics is to build robot partners that augment the human workforce. Our robot Digit is the first human-centric, multi-purpose robot made for logistics work. Digit is designed from the ground up to go where people go and do useful work safely in spaces designed for people, starting with bulk material handling within warehouses and distribution centres. We’re thrilled to be a part of the CE-Ventures Supply Chain Tech Summit and to talk about the role of automation and AI in shaping the future of supply chain operations.” Navigating the Opportunities of Supply Chain Evolution The first panel of the day focused on the challenges and opportunities facing legacy supply chain companies as they adapt to the changing operational and technological landscape. Moderated by Charupriya Chahal, Director of CE-Operates, Crescent Enterprises, the session hosted Abdulla Al Hashimi, Chief Operating Officer – Parks & Zones, DP World, Andrew Hoad, Chief Commercial Officer, Gulftainer, Paul J. Gallie, Portfolio Director, AP Moller Capital, and Gustavo Lacetera, Senior Engagement Manager, ALG Transport & Infrastructure, where each discussed their unique perspective that comes with a long-established presence in the supply chain industry, and insights on the key strategies and best practices for modernising and optimising legacy supply chains to meet the demands of the future. "It is truly an exciting time as we witness the digital revolution shaping the supply chain industry," said Andrew Hoad, Chief Commercial Officer at Gulftainer. "Industries worldwide are embracing digitalization, with companies evolving into IT-focused entities that offer unique products and services. At Gulftainer, we are fully committed to our digital business transformation strategy. We are thrilled to be part of this event, which epitomizes the high intensity and dynamic environment necessary to propel our transformation process forward." The Transformative Future Discussions during the second panel of the day revolved around exploring the transformative technological future of the supply chain, and how emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, will impact and revolutionise the industry. Moderated by Karthee Madasamy, Founding Managing Partner, MFV Partners, the panel included Fadi Amoudi, Founder & CEO, IQ Fulfilment, Gaurav Biswas, Founder & CEO, Trukker, Nissrine Elqobai, Co-Founder, ENY Consulting, and Puneet Kumar, Head of Supply Chain & Logistics, Roche, who gave insights into the cutting-edge trends, tools, and practices that are shaping and disrupting the industry. Discussing examples of what a supply chain tech-enabled business offers, Fadi Amoudi, Founder and CEO of IQ Fulfilment said: "We aim to empower businesses in the region by transforming their operations and enabling them to thrive in the e-commerce landscape. Our robotic automation solutions cater to a wide range of industries”. The Future of Last-Mile Delivery The third panel spoke of the critical role of technology in optimising last-mile delivery, the final and often considered the most important leg of the supply chain. Moderated by Kushal Shah, Managing Director, Corporate Venture Capital, e& Capital, the panellists, Ashish Jain, CFO, Careem, Nader Museitif, Chief Investment Officer, Lyve Global, Naveen Joseph, Co-Founder, iMile, and Rodrigue Nacouzi, CEO & Founder, Transcorp, delved into the latest innovations and best practices for streamlining last-mile delivery, and the key challenges and opportunities facing businesses as they seek to meet the growing demands of consumers for fast and reliable delivery. Venture Capital and the Growth of Supply Chain Technology The final panel focused on the increasing role of venture capital in the growth and evolution of supply chain technology. Moderated by Tushar Singhvi, panellists Abdulaziz Shikh Al Sagha, General Partner, BECO Capital, Anand Prasanna, Managing Partner, Iron Pillar, Nader Bekhouche, Senior Principal - Investment (Growth Equity), Investment Corporation of Dubai, and Walid Mansour, Co-CEO, Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP), shared their perspectives on the current state of the venture capital landscape in supply chain technology, and the challenges and opportunities facing startups and investors as they seek to navigate the rapidly-changing industry. The Summit is part of CE-Ventures' mission to help foster a collaborative environment for startups, investors, and industry leaders to exchange ideas and explore breakthrough technology solutions and investment opportunities. The Summit is expected to catalyse further the growth and success of the supply chain technology space.

Agility Robotics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Agility Robotics founded?

    Agility Robotics was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Agility Robotics's headquarters?

    Agility Robotics's headquarters is located at 421 NE Water Ave, Albany.

  • What is Agility Robotics's latest funding round?

    Agility Robotics's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Agility Robotics raise?

    Agility Robotics raised a total of $179M.

  • Who are the investors of Agility Robotics?

    Investors of Agility Robotics include Sony Innovation Fund, Playground Global, DCVC, MFV Partners, Robotics Hub and 8 more.

  • Who are Agility Robotics's competitors?

    Competitors of Agility Robotics include Apptronik and 8 more.

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