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Blue White Robotics

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Series B | Alive

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Last Raised

$37M | 1 yr ago

About Blue White Robotics

Blue White Robotics provides a complete infrastructure for autonomy and in-field data for improving productivity and farm economics. Its platform transforms existing fleets into autonomous vehicles, manages, and optimizes both air & ground while collecting and distributing data. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Headquarters Location

Menachem Begin Road

Tel Aviv, 6701310,



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Industrials / Agriculture Tech

These companies are creating autonomous tractors and tractor attachments (like autonomous sprayer attachments) that increase the accuracy of spraying, harvesting, and tilling – while also reducing labor and input costs.

Blue White Robotics named as Highflier among 7 other companies, including MagGrow, Monarch Tractor, and FieldIn.

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Blue White Robotics's Products & Differentiators

    Autonomous stack

    Autonomous technology for agriculture machinery - after market tractors, new machinery

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Blue White Robotics in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Sep 27, 2021.

Expert Collections containing Blue White Robotics

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Blue White Robotics is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Robotics.



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Agriculture Technology (Agtech)

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Companies focused on developing technologies in precision ag, helping farm operators to more precisely monitor and manage crops.

Blue White Robotics Patents

Blue White Robotics has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Autonomous cars
  • Automotive technologies
  • Robotic submarines
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Autonomous cars, Vehicle technology, Robotics, Automotive technologies, Robotic submarines


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Autonomous cars, Vehicle technology, Robotics, Automotive technologies, Robotic submarines



Latest Blue White Robotics News

Labor shortages set to propel shipments of outdoor mobile robots to 350,000 by 2030

Nov 30, 2022

November 30, 2022 Rapid advancements in fundamental techniques, such as navigation, manipulation, and functional safety, have made robots more intelligent, agile, and safer. Mobile robots are a proven ideal companion for humans performing mission- and business-critical tasks in outdoor environments. According to global intelligence firm ABI Research , shipments of outdoor mobile robots will grow from 40,000 units in 2021 to reach 350,000 by 2030, a compound annual growth rate of 27 percent. With the successful deployment of mobile robots for successful navigation, manipulation, and functional safety in material handling, transporting, and cleaning, companies are now looking to deploy robots for outdoor applications for the same reasons. Lian Jye Su, industrial, collaborative, and commercial robotics research director at ABI Research, says: “No doubt the market is affected by a series of headwinds, including high-interest rates, the recent withdrawal of major solution providers from the last mile delivery sector, and the lack of scalability in highly fragmented markets, such as agriculture and construction. “But labor shortages, the focus on workplace safety, and rising costs have led companies to deploy robotics automation across various sectors.” For instance, Blue White Robotics and Built Robotics are offering additional modules to automate existing machines in agriculture and construction. These modules have localized navigation and computer vision systems focusing on backward compatibility and interoperability. Major oil and gas companies are deploying quadrupeds from ANYbotics and Boston Dynamics to perform safety inspections in mesh-wired stairs and tight passages that are suboptimal for wheeled mobile robots. The continual Covid-19 lockdown in China has spurred the adoption of mobile robots from Alibaba, Neolix, and White Rhino for last-mile delivery. Su says: “To further advance the growth of outdoor mobile robots, robotics vendors must focus on making robotics operations more seamless and secure. They should keep an eye on emerging technologies, such as 5G and edge computing. “Ubiquitous connectivity coverage and distributed computing will enable robots to be fully connected and take advantage of computational capabilities in the cloud.” Major chipset vendors are actively developing solutions to address the seamless and secure gaps while enabling the collaborative and accelerated development of robots and making testing and training of virtual robots more widely accessible and scalable. Intel continues to enhance its RealSense software development kit through new libraries and tools, while AMD/Xilinx offers a ROS-compatible Kria Robotics Stack for ROS and ROS-2 developers. At the same time, Qualcomm launched the RB6 platform, a refresh of its RB5 platform that combines camera, computer vision, AI, and 5G hardware technology on a single platform. Lastly, Nvidia expanded its Isaac robotics solution with the launch of new Jetson Orin Nano system-on-modules, Nova Orin reference architecture, and cloud-based Isaac Simulation. Finally, robotics vendors must be clear with the use cases that they are targeting. Su says: “It is important to combine technologies with the business requirements of the end users. All discussions with end users must be focused on business outcomes. All robotics discussions must be ROI-driven, intending to offer measurable and quantifiable improvement in employee productivity and workplace safety.” Share this:

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Blue White Robotics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Blue White Robotics founded?

    Blue White Robotics was founded in 2017.

  • Where is Blue White Robotics's headquarters?

    Blue White Robotics's headquarters is located at Menachem Begin Road, Tel Aviv.

  • What is Blue White Robotics's latest funding round?

    Blue White Robotics's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Blue White Robotics raise?

    Blue White Robotics raised a total of $47M.

  • Who are the investors of Blue White Robotics?

    Investors of Blue White Robotics include Entree Capital, Jesselson Investments, Peregrine Ventures, Regah Ventures, Insight Partners and 6 more.

  • Who are Blue White Robotics's competitors?

    Competitors of Blue White Robotics include Monarch Tractor, Harvest CROO Robotics, Saga Robotics, Naio Technologies, AgXeed and 12 more.

  • What products does Blue White Robotics offer?

    Blue White Robotics's products include Autonomous stack and 1 more.

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Carbon Robotics

Carbon Robotics aims to pioneer the next revolution in agriculture through the deployment of technology and hardware. Carbon Robotics’ first product, the Autonomous Weeder, is purpose-built to tackle one of the industry’s biggest problems: weed control. By leveraging artificial intelligence and laser technology, Carbon Robotics’ high-precision approach improves crop yield, provides safer working conditions for farmers, reduces overall costs associated with modern farming, and creates sustainable paths to regenerative and organic produce.

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Farmwise develops artificial intelligence-powered robots for sustainable farming at scale. The company is focused on the development of an autonomous vegetable weeder. It serves clients operating in the agriculture sector. The company was formerly known as Deeplook Technologies. It was founded in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California.


Trabotyx provides a robotic platform that automates tedious labor dependent tasks for farmers. Its weeding solutions covers 3-5HA per day, with an expected ROI for the farmer of 24 months.


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Advanced Farm Technologies

Advanced Farm Technologies develops robotic technology with a focus on strawberry harvesting services. It was founded in 2018 and is based in El Macero, California.

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