When was Third Wave Automation founded?
Third Wave Automation was founded in 2018.
Where is Third Wave Automation's headquarters?
Third Wave Automation's headquarters is located at 30118 Eigenbrodt Way, Union City.
What is Third Wave Automation's latest funding round?
Third Wave Automation's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did Third Wave Automation raise?
Third Wave Automation raised a total of $55M.
Who are the investors of Third Wave Automation?
Investors of Third Wave Automation include Innovation Endeavors, Eclipse Ventures, Toyota Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, Homebrew and 3 more.
Who are Third Wave Automation's competitors?
Competitors of Third Wave Automation include Geek+, Berkshire Grey, Botsync, Syrius Robotics, Pickle Robot, Seegrid, XYZ Robotics, Hai Robotics, Nomagic, GreyOrange and 51 more.
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