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Founded Year



Debt - II | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$1.52M | 1 mo ago

About Osaro

Osaro provides robotics solutions for warehouse automation. It specializes in artificial intelligence (AI) software for industrial automation. It offers robotics knitting, robotic bagging, and robotic induction systems. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Headquarters Location

500 Third Street

San Francisco, California, 94107,

United States


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Expert Collections containing Osaro

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Osaro is included in 9 Expert Collections, including Supply Chain & Logistics Tech.


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Retail Tech 100

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Pharma Supply Chain

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Osaro Patents

Osaro has filed 7 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Artificial neural networks
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Machine learning
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Artificial neural networks, Machine learning, Coffee drinks, Classification algorithms, Artificial intelligence


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Artificial neural networks, Machine learning, Coffee drinks, Classification algorithms, Artificial intelligence



Latest Osaro News

Osaro and Geek+ partner to integrate robotic warehouse solutions

May 20, 2023

May 20, 2023 Osaro , a specialist in in machine-learning-enabled robotics for e-commerce, has agreed partnership that integrates its pick-and-place robots with groundbreaking Geek+ warehouse automation systems. The new alliance offers businesses a one-stop solution for their warehouse fulfillment operations and a strategy to boost the ROI of their autonomous mobile robot systems (AMRs) and automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS). Derik Pridmore, Osaro CEO, says: “At Osaro, our goal is to provide reliable robotic systems that make automation easy, which is why the seamless integration of our picking robots with Geek+ systems is so valuable for quick and easy deployment. “We’re pleased to have an Osaro-powered robot and Geek+ Sorting Series AMRs available for customers to see in action at our San Francisco RobotWorks customer center.” Robots collaborating The pairing represents another step in the progression of robots working together across the warehouse. It involves the ability to connect Geek+ AMRs and ASRS with Osaro’s smart, AI-driven picking robots. Using a Fanuc robot arm, Osaro enables automation of the last step in the warehouse fulfillment process – picking and placing – is a function that until now has been handled solely by human operators at workstations. The easy interoperability of Osaro-powered robots with AMR/ASRS and other warehouse systems is made possible by Osaro’s latest REST API, which offers greater flexibility in what the systems can be asked to do. The API allows integrators to choose commands in a variety of blocks, so that actions can readily be strung together in different ways. For example, a system can be directed to pick, scan, and place an object. Or it can be ordered to pick, scan, and then wait for a customer warehouse management system to send a command before performing an additional action. Scalable and flexible The desire for a complete solution, including the automation of human picking stations, has been accelerated by the triple dilemma of crushing e-commerce demand, the most severe labor shortage in 53 years, and sky-high consumer expectations for lower prices and faster delivery. Together, Geek+ and Osaro can deploy a scalable solution for warehouses needing to address unrelenting growth while keeping costs low, despite inflation. Working in tandem, these two automation leaders offer flexible systems with easy installation that improve accuracy and productivity. Unlike traditional bolted-to-the-floor conveyor systems, Geek+ mobile robots are simple and fast to install or reconfigure, needing only moveable QR code floor marks to operate. Rick DeFiesta, executive vice president of sales and solutions at Geek+ America, says: “Solving the labor shortage is critical for anyone in e-commerce today. “Geek+ systems take less floor space and are highly flexible in both their use and installation, allowing for easy redeployments in new configurations when necessary.” Osaro is now demonstrating integrations with the Geek+ Sorting Series in its San Francisco RobotWorks Customer Center. Customers experience a range of benefits, including: Increased throughput Less need for floor space As part of the agreement, Geek+ has joined Osaro’s partner program, which offers one-stop access for businesses looking to deploy robotic solutions in their fulfillment operations. The Osaro Partners Alliance provides a mechanism for AMR and ASRS vendors, integrators, distributors, third-party logistics companies, and consultants to collaborate and co-market unified solutions. The program is designed to optimize every stage of a customer’s purchasing and deployment processes, in collaboration with the partners. Osaro Partners Alliance Advances in Al-driven robotics have created new solutions to tackle supply-chain disruptions and labor shortages and to equip e-commerce operations with end-to-end systems that accelerate delivery and boost productivity. But tailoring the right solution requires a collaborative approach that includes software, hardware, and materials-handling experts with deep domain experience. The Osaro Partners Alliance convenes the right set of players to deliver success to both customers and partners. It fosters a community where participants can share knowledge, resources, and expertise to support their mutual clients as they evolve their supply-chain capabilities to keep e-commerce humming. Share this:

Osaro Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Osaro founded?

    Osaro was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Osaro's headquarters?

    Osaro's headquarters is located at 500 Third Street, San Francisco.

  • What is Osaro's latest funding round?

    Osaro's latest funding round is Debt - II.

  • How much did Osaro raise?

    Osaro raised a total of $86.52M.

  • Who are the investors of Osaro?

    Investors of Osaro include King River Capital, Founders Fund, AME Cloud Ventures, Octave Ventures, Tomales Bay Capital and 16 more.

  • Who are Osaro's competitors?

    Competitors of Osaro include 6 River Systems, Berkshire Grey, Nimble, SafeAI, Locus Robotics, Soft Robotics, Alert Innovation, Geek+, Nomagic, GreyOrange and 19 more.

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Locus Robotics

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Soft Robotics

Soft Robotics develops robotic manipulation and automation solutions for logistics, advanced manufacturing, and food packaging. It designs and builds automated high-speed picking solutions using proprietary soft robotic grippers, machine vision, and artificial intelligence software. It offers soft robotic automation systems that can grasp and manipulate items of varying shapes, sizes, and weights. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Bedford, Massachusetts.

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Geek+ develops robotics technologies. It applies robotics and artificial intelligence (AI)-based technologies to streamline operations for warehouses and supply chain management. Its products include robotics and software for sorting, moving, warehousing, factory operations, and more. It serves the e-commerce, apparel, retail, logistics, and pharmaceutical industries. It was founded in 2015 and is based in Beijing, China.

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